A Midsummer Night's Dream

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  • Titania,Bottom and Peaseblossom sit and chat together
  • Come, sit thee down upon this flowery bed While I thy amiable cheeks do coy, And stick musk roses in thy sleek, smooth head, And kiss thy fair large ears, my gentle joy.
  • Where's Peaseblossom?
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  • Welcome, good Robin. Do you see this sweet sight? Now I’m starting to pity Titania for being so infatuated. I ran into her recently at the edge of the forest, looking for sweet presents for this hateful idiot, and I scolded her and argued with her. She had put a wreath of fresh, fragrant flowers around his hairy forehead, and the drops of dew that lay in the center of the flowers made the flowers look like they were crying with shame to be decorating the head of that ugly jackass. When I had taunted her as much as I wanted to, and she begged me very nicely to leave her alone, I asked her for the stolen Indian child. She said yes right away, and sent a fairy to bring him to my home in Fairyland. And now that I have the boy, I’ll undo the spell that makes her vision so disgustingly wrong. And, gentle Puck, take this transformed ass’s head off of the head of that Athenian man, so that when he wakes up at the same time as the rest of them do, they can all go back to Athens. They’ll only remember the events of tonight as a very unpleasant dream. But first I’ll release the fairy queen from the spell.
  • Welcome, great Robin. Do you see this sweet sight? Presently I'm beginning to pity Titania for being so captivated. I kept running into her as of late at the edge of the woodland, searching for sweet displays for this disdainful blockhead, and I reprimanded her and contended with her. She had put a wreath of new, fragrant blossoms around his bristly temple, and the drops of dew that lay in the focal point of the blooms made the blooms appear as though they were crying with disgrace to brighten the leader of that revolting ass. I approached her for the stolen Indian tyke. She said yes immediately, and sent a pixie to convey him to my home in Fairyland. What's more, now that I have the kid, I'll fix the spell that makes her vision so disgustingly off-base. What's more, delicate Puck, take off the mask of that Athenian man, so that when he awakens in the meantime as whatever is left of them do, they can all backpedal to Athens. They'll just recall the occasions of this evening as an exceptionally upsetting dream. Be that as it may, first I'll discharge the pixie ruler from the spell.
  • My lord, that's my daughter asleep on the ground over there, and this is Lysander here, and this is Demetrius, and this is Helena. I don't understand why they're all here together.
  • The Duke of athens and Egeus find Helena,Demetrius, Lysander, and Hermia asleep on the ground.
  • Wait a minute! Who are these women?
  • You pretty lovers are lucky you met me here. We'll talk more about this later.---Egeus, I'm overriding your wishes. These couples will be married along with me and Hippolyta in the temple later today.-- And now, since the idea of hunting. Come with us to Athens. We three couples will celebrate with a sumptuous feast. Come, Hippolyta.
  • A play:Pyramus and Thisbe
  • ROAR
  • On this day I pronounce thee wedded!
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