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Just a boy:

The fair lady weeps,
she cries and she moans,
her lover Han's last words,
just a mere groan.

How sad it is to see her tim, trái tim break,
now her lover has gone there is nothing else left to take,
she sits alone mourning her poor broken heart,
though she knew that one ngày they would have to part.

She longs to see Han's handsome face,
just thinking of him emphasizes her cracked heart's rate,
but he's now all gone and his skin's probably rotted,
the princess hopes that his killers would soon be spotted.

She's now damaged like a broken toy,
all this sadness over just a boy?
The following is a danh sách of minor notes and observations that came to me, during my gần đây viewing of “Episode VI: Return of the Jedi”. I hope that bạn enjoy them:


Notes and Observations of “STAR WARS: EPISODE VI - RETURN OF THE JEDI”

*I have always found the launching of shuttles rather different in the STAR WARS saga, in compare to other science-fiction sagas. The Imperial shuttles leave the starships like drops of water from a faucet.

*The commander of the Death ngôi sao II seemed to react with horror at the news of the Emperor’s impending arrival. Quite a contrast to his mild nervousness...
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