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Geoffrey Chaucer's First Poems
Chaucer title page

Origin

Geoffrey Chaucer

Type

Poetry

Effects

Releases love-inducing endorphins

Downsides

User quickly becomes dependent on them to live

Activation

Reading aloud

Collected by

Warehouse 10

Section

Lucia-756V

Aisle

327909-6911

Shelf

843776-9860-888

Date of Collection

1629

[Source]


OriginEdit

Geoffrey Chaucer was an English poet from the Middle Ages who wrote The Canterbury Tales. He wrote in the commonly used vernacular English instead of the more formal languages, such as French or Latin. Besides writing, Chaucher was also a philosopher, bureaucrat, diplomat and amateur astronomer.

DescriptionEdit

Written on an old leather bound folio, this collection of some written works from one of the most important writers of the 13th century.

EffectsEdit

Reading one of the poems aloud infuses the readers’ voice with a harmonic and seductive voice that stimulates the pleasure center of the brain. The listener will temporally fall in love with the reader and their voice because the endorphins they form become additive. The endorphins the hearer receives only come from the reader; removal causes their happiness and will to live to shrivel away, cell by cell.

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