“Once upon a midnight dreary” begins The Raven, setting the mood for one of the English language’s most recognised poems, that is renowned for its supernatural atmosphere. Poe’s spooky raven enters the narrator’s house while he’s mourning the loss of his love Lenore, perches on a marble bust above the chamber door, and repeats only one word: nevermore. The narrator soon realises the raven will stay, and that he’ll never be free of longing for his lost love, ensuring his slow descent into madness.
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Jet black revealing a rainbow when hit by the light.