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Second half of the 19th century. The Poet struggles to live through his fiancée's unexpected death. He finds refuge in writing.
Disturbing... I find that he goes through corruption and even stages found lying in some of the many Deadliest sins possible. Lust: He marked that one off easy.
Anger: Again,easy to tell he did that one. I find this very piercing. It has religious bonds, and it even Has to do with Scylla from The Greek " Charybdis & Scylla" The girl being once beautiful yet turning into a monster by an otherworldly cause. This... scares me. I don't want to remember it in my life. It's good yet.. so grievous all as well... I give it a 5 for me watching it all the way through and the horror of which i have witnissed.
you keep up the good work like this than i guarantee tht you will be famous :D
Well thought out and brilliant
Man now that what i call art of the mind the pain the hatred the lust the... emotion. You sir are worthy for respect keep up the good work and everlasting taste of euphoria.
Made me feel like i was watching a scary movie, the music was great also
How will Kratos survive the Night?
A story about a kid and idk...
A short muisc video based on the classic song "The Window Cleaner" sung by George Formby
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