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Lazarus and His Beloved

Lazarus and His Beloved

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Lazarus and His Beloved by Kahlil Gibran shared via :: http://mutnaa.blogspot.com
Lazarus and His Beloved by Kahlil Gibran shared via :: http://mutnaa.blogspot.com

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Lazarus and his Beloved
Kahlil Gibran
 
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Lazarus and his Beloved
Kahlil Gibran
This page formatted 2005 Blackmask Online.http://www.blackmask.com
This eBook was produced by: Stuart kiddOriginal file Courtesy of Kahlil Gibran Online−−www.kahlil.org
THE CASTLazarusMary, his sisterMartha, his sisterThe mother of LazarusPhilip, a discipleA MadmanTHE SCENEThe garden outside of the home of Lazarus and his mother and sisters in BethanyLate afternoon of Manday, the day after the resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth from the grave.At curtain rise: Mary is at right gazing up towards the hills. Martha is seated at her loom near the house door,left. The Madman is seated around the corner of the house, and against its wall, down left.THE PLAY
Mary
: (Turning to Martha) You do not work. You have not worked much lately.
Martha
: You are not thinking of my work. My idleness makes you think of what our Master said. Oh,beloved Master!
The Madman
: The day shall come when there will be no weaver, and no one to wear the cloth. We shall allstand naked in the sun.(There is a long silence. The women do not appear to have heard The Madman speaking. They never hearhim.)
Mary
: It is getting late.
Martha
: Yes, yes, I know. It is getting late.(The mother enters, coming out from the house door.)
Mother
: Has he not returned yet?
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