1 The soft, earnest, quiet moonbeam looks in fixedly, marking the bars of the grated windows on the prostrate, sleeping forms.
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2 Then they saw from the other bank the executioner raise both his arms slowly; a moonbeam fell upon the blade of the large sword.
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3 No veiled future dimly glanced upon him in the moonbeams.
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4 The house was encrusted with heavy thatchings, which dropped between the upper windows; the front, upon which the moonbeams directly played, had originally been white; but a huge pyracanth now darkened the greater portion.
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5 The phantom shapes, which were becoming gradually materialised from the moonbeams, were those of the three ghostly women to whom I was doomed.