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Hallow by Captain Raz @captainraz

Reposted from here. The night air is chill and smells of grave earth. It is autumn and the trees are all but bare. Even though I’m not affected by the cold I instinctively pull my cloak closer about me; long memory forces me into habits I no longer need. The moon rises too slowly for

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Eyes by Jo Forty @jo_forty

Reposted from: here On all hallows eve the chasm gapes. Demons haunt your thoughts. Teeth all JAGGED shapes, This nightmare cannot be fought. Paralysed by the black. Voices tear at your soul. A never ending ATTACK, By the most incidious troll. Images of decay and death Besiege at every side. Stench fills your waking breath,

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HALLOW (The Gutter Prince, Part Fifteen) by Nathan @baboonicorn

Continued from part fourteen. To start at the beginning, go to part one. The golem lurched through the churned, muddy channels of the Metropolitan Railway, past unfinished station platforms and down murky tunnels. Adam had fashioned a torch from some carefully selected detritus – it shone bright enough to always keep the hulking construct within visible range,

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Hallow by Jeroen van Rijn @J_vanRijn

Reposted from here “Dear Francis, That was a joke, right? Why not take the piss by sending your new employers junk. Not even first rate junk, at that. From someone who comes highly recommended we expected a great many things. Taking the absolute Mickey out of us wasn’t what we had in mind. If this

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Hallow by Rob @rob_o_parsons

Reposted from: here Come on mum and dad said let’s go for a walk while the weather is nice. God! grumbled the kids, WALK! Let’s go across the fields to the beach. Across the fields they go, the kids running up front, the low sun at their backs. Dad, look at this. The kids point

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