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concerned
1.interested or affected: concerned citizens.
2.troubled or anxious: a concerned look.
3.having a connection or involvement; participating
madonna
a picture or statue representing a religious figure, Mary.
fragile
easily broken, shattered, or damaged; delicate;
porcelain
a strong, translucent ceramic material
bewilderment; bewildered
completely puzzled or confused; perplexed.
overwhelm
to overcome completely in mind or feeling: overwhelmed by a feeling
tangible
1.capable of being touched; discernible by the touch;
2.real or actual, rather than imaginary or visionary:
tyranical
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unjustly cruel, harsh, or severe;
radiating
o extend, spread, or move like rays from a center.
corridor
a passage connecting parts of a building; hallway.
ploughed
english spelling of plowed
eccentricities; eccentric
deviating from customary character, practice, etc.; irregular; erratic; peculiar; odd
attempt
to make an effort at; try: to attempt an impossible task;
spellbound
bound by or as if by a spell; enchanted, entranced, or fascinated
exchange
change for another.
facility
readiness or ease due to skill, aptitude, or practice: to compose with great facility.
solemn
grave, sober, or serious
spectacles
eyeglasses
quivery
to shake with a slight but rapid motion; tremble.
prodigy
a person, especially a child or young person, having extraordinary talent or ability: a musical prodigy.
Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Austrian composer, 1756–1791, Austrian composer.
hesitation; hesitate
1.to wait to act because of fear, indecision, or disinclination: She hesitated to take the job.
2.to have scruples or doubts; be unwilling: He hesitated to break the law.
3.to pause:
understatement
to state or represent less strongly or strikingly than the facts would bear out;
reluctantly; reluctant
unwilling: a reluctant candidate.
J.R. Tolkien
J R R Tolkien, January 1892 – September 1973) English writer, wrote the Lord of the Rings
wisdom
the power of knowing and judging what is true or right;