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Watch in 1080p please. This is a very old will do this adaptation of one of my favorite poems since since I remember mixed with GTAV. :) Hope you enjoy

George Gordon Byron commonly known simply as Lord Byron, was an English poet and a leading figure in the Romantic movement. "Byron wrote “Darkness” in July-August 1816.

Music by Kosikk
Poem By George Gordon Byron (Lord Byron)
Voiceover by Johnlavine333 (freesounds)

The poem is at least partly influenced by the mass hysteria of the time brought about by an Italian astronomer’s prediction that the sun would burn itself out on July 18th, thus destroying the world. The prophecy gained adherents due to the increase in sunspot activity at the time and the so-called “year without a summer” of 1816—an ongoing overcast sky which was a result (unknown at the time) of the eruption of Mount Tambora, an Indonesian volcano, in 1815. During this gloomy time, the sun was pale and the sky clouded and hazy. Temperatures dropped and thunderstorms dominated the weather. During the solar eclipse of June 9th-10th, the sun actually seemed to vanish from the sky."

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Comment by Friday Siamendes on August 8, 2015 at 8:13pm

Wow I can see how much excellent and detailed work went into this. Great imagery, so much variety and motion, and a strong reading

Comment by Spyvspyaeon aka André L on July 14, 2015 at 11:20am
thank you Mr Elf :) I'm waiting for this since GTAIV but the 4th edition it is not so complete and realistic than this GTA V. Finally it's done! :D
Comment by Celestial Elf on July 14, 2015 at 8:53am

Like this a lot, very sharp editing and scenes, great poem - inspiring work, good to see creative use of GTA too :)

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