Historical Figure

Historical Figure short poem

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How has history harkened to he?
Through time he has become older,
And distorted years, too much they see:
How a man once real, has become sold,
His discovery praised, but his life forgotten.
And he’ll pass so silently,
In the dead of night he’ll become rotten,
And his sureness of eternity, relents finally.

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