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Cindy Guagenti Reads “Annabel Lee” by Edgar Allen Poe

Cindy Guagenti Reads “Annabel Lee” by Edgar Allen Poe

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Welcome to the kingdom by the sea. In this TELL Tale, Cindy Guagenti (accomplished publicist and principle at BWR with a history of clients from Brad Pitt to Adam Sandler) reads us Edgar Allen Poe’s last completed poem “Annabel Lee” before his death in 1849. While it is certainly an old-ass poem, as saps, we can’t help but appreciate the dedication to a love so passionate it extends beyond time and body, as our poor distraught narrator visits the tomb of his departed every night. It is a love that made angels jealous, and it is a reminder for us to wear our hearts forever on our sleeves as we row through this shoreless kingdom called life.

IMAGE CREDIT:TONY OF ATOMIC GARDEN MILAN



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