Rime of the Ancient Mariner
By wixj1, Updated
This is part 4 of the story that I am being made to do for a class assignment where my partner is absent and absolutely no help at all.
At the beginning of part 4 the Wedding Guest is once again trying to make a polite exit but he fails. He is still listening wide eyed at the Mariners story.
Wait! The story isn't over yet! Disrespectful brat!
The mariner tells his ghost story. The wedding guest takes a closer look at him noticing much the mariner looks like a ghost. The wedding guest still gets scared despite the mariners reassurances.
The Mariner continues with the main story. He is now alone on a ship full of dead people who cursed him before he died. He's alone on the water now with the "slimy things" which are sea snakes. He tries to say a prayer but can't. He notices that the bodies don't rot and the eyes are still cursing him.
The moon comes out and shines over the ship and water like frost.
The mariner sees strange bright colors on the water which turns out to be a trail of glowing water snakes.
The mariner blesses the water snakes and the curse is lifted. The albatross falls off his neck and onto the deck.
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