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Are thy afraid of the darkness upon us?  She reaches into thy soul And oh, what pain she moves us to.  I cannot help thee No matter how hard ye plea, For she has a hold of me as well. 
The sun dost pass through the sky in the blink of an eye; ‘Tis but the foreshadow of the cometh of my foe. If only it would stay a bit longer, My sorrows might there be forgotten;
Falling to the earth. Blood spilling. Screams chilling. Utterly our ancestors a-screaming.
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