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Comments about Cornelius Douglas
In a place so innocent, no pain to endure
a being existed, with essence so pure
It was a beacon of light with radiant beams,
unconstrained, spanning the seas
Brightening the sky, and all below
for all those who witnessed its beautiful glow
Then came a figure blocking its rays
intruding, unmoving, there it stays
The light shined on, but began to fade
as if the figure was of darkness made
The sky turned black, the seas grew cold
the land was taken, from the roots it was pulled
Everything destroyed, a mess not cleanable
by a figure,...