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The story The Mesmerist by Michael Knight is an intriguing storythat has a unique question in it The story is about a Man named Moodyhas been loved struck by a girl named Penelope who he mesmerizes Afterreading this story ask yourself whos really mesmerized in this storyHe reached into the pocket of his coat withdrew a penlight andflicked the beam across her line of sight He said Every muscle in youbody is limp now I am pulling your eyes closed with silken threads This show he mesmerized her with magic but in all actuality she is notthe only mesmerized person in this story Moody is also mesmerized notby magic but by the beauty of Penelope He saw the slump of her shoulders He saw the wear andtear around her eyes Moody must have been mesmerized to pay suchclose attention to detail at first sight It struck Moody that herecognized something familiar when looking at Penelope He recognizeda sadness something familiar and close to his heart When Moodyrealizes this it is clear to see that he went through what Penelope isgoing through This may be one of the reasons he is attracted toPenelope In fact Moody was so mesmerized by Penelope that he would do any thingto make her happy He says she would never be lonely He tells hershe would be possessed of grace and charm Moody was so love struckthat he was willing to quit his current job and find new occupation tosettle down for a girl who he hadnt even held a conversation with yetMoody found day work and they rented in a neighborhood sumptuous withbrick and shade They were happyMoody would try to keep Penelopehappy by putting her in Piano lessons Penelope took piano lessonsfrom an elderly woman on the block Moody would do anything to keep Penelope his little secret evenmesmerize someone else Moody slipped his penlight from his pocketflicked the beam in
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