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The RobinThere once was a little robin that dreamed of flying free But it was trapped inside a cage from the moment it came to be It pleaded with the grinning man to let it out to see All the world outside its bars the sky was meant for meOf course my dear he said with glee you know you need only ask But first, you see you must pay me because I own of thee The Robin was quite dismayed as they were rarely paid Employment being scarce to one living in this age But I have nothing to trade, the dear Robin said my finances are quite deadThe grinning man laughed with evil mirth fear, not my little birdSoon you will sing with all that freedom brings and all I'd ask of you Sell me your wings
My Wish for YouMay Nothing But Happiness Come Through Your DoorMay your wings never be clipped, may you always soarMay you never have reason for tears to pourMay your dreams come true like never beforeMay no pain comes across your life againMay there always be comfort in your rainMay nothing ever pull you down the drainMay your efforts never be in vainMay your fire forever brightly shineMay you always experience the devineMay magick always be in your designMay you never be forced into their lineIn life there are many doors And may something good always be through yours
Where Moondrops Fall FreelyTake me to those secluded spacesSecret placesWhere moondrops fall freelyMoonshadows dancing on sandy shoresEternal encoresWhere Magick and Music comes easyMountaintops conquered and exploredAdventures adoredWhere we meet the skies and we may soar
The Demise of Mary Conner - Scene 1“Are you really convinced that Mary would be capable of killing herself?” Robert’s voice was tight.
“Wh… what?” Celine felt her heart stop as her eyes flew up to meet his.
Looking at her apologetically, he stepped closer and softly placed his hands on her shoulders. “I’m so sorry for bringing this up. I’m sure you’ve been through enough pain already but … I’ve been thinking this through and none of it makes sense.”
“I don’t …” she pulled away and started walking, her eyes set on the sidewalk. “I don’t want to talk about it Robert. She’s gone.” She blinked repeatedly as she tried to fight of the tears. “Let’s leave it at that.”
“Celine, wait.” Robert hurried to her side, slipped his hands into his coat pockets, and sighed heavily. They walked in silence, passed Patty’s Deli, crossed the road and en