The artifact that I did goes with the poem "Telling the Bees" by John Greenleaf Whittier. In the poem the speaker is walking back to his love's place in the country after a month of not seeing her. As he walks by, everything to him is the exactly the same as when he left it. The surroundings are all the same as when he last saw them, but it seems like an eternity since he
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worst in people: more violence, more suicides, more accidents, and more aggression. The belief that the full moon causes mental disorders and strange behavior was widespread throughout Europe in the Middle Ages.
These are just a few popular ones that many have heard of before. As you can see, superstitions once played a very important part in peoples' lives, and for some they still do, even if they are regarded as being silly or foolish.