Similar to the looking glass from Alice in Wonderland, a ravenglass shows the world through the perception of a Dark Romantic; instead of looking at a fantastic world of impossibilities and wonderful creatures, one sees instead the darker, more meloncholy side of humanity. Where the looking glass leads to wonderland expressed by Lewis Carrol, the ravenglass leads into a world more predominantly envisioned by Edgar Allan Poe and other writers, not wonderful, but woeful.
Even though he tried to see things positively, he couldn't help but see the world through a ravenglass, with all the wars, hatred, and corruption, he believed humanity was beyond hope.
by RavenofLenore September 06, 2010
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