Midsummer's Night Dream
By achong16, Updated
My dear Hippolyta I can't wait until our wedding day.
Yes my love Theseus, we shall be wedded in a few moons.
Father Egeus, please let me marry Lysander, I love him.
Look Demetrius you have made MY Hermia cry.
I Demetrius, say that you, Lysander, have stolen my Hermia.
My daughter Hermia refuses to obey me, so I have brought her here before you, my Duke Theseus of Athens.
You seem quite troubled today.
What brings you here Egeus?
Bring them in and let us take you into our magnificant garden hwere we will discuss.
The Athenians argue until sunset.
Everyone follows Theseus and Hippolyta out of the garden apart from Lysander and Hermia.
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