Rime of the Ancient Mariner Act 5
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The Mariner tells his story to the wedding-guest.
Free of the curse of Albatross, the Mariner was able to sleep, although he woke up to rain drenching him.
The moon came through the clouds and a host of spirits entered the dead peoples bodies. They started performing the old sailors tasks.
The spirits flew around the ship singing.
The wedding-guest declare that he is once again afraid of the Mariner. The Mariner tells him they're blessed spirits not cursed souls.
He heard two disembodied voices in the air; one asked if he was the man who had killed the Albatross, and the other said that he had done his penance.
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