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Ink&Iron Heroic Fantasy

Howard Pyle

How the World Fell

They Said It Was an Invisible Planet,
They Were Wrong;
Dead Wrong.
It Was a Second Moon,
a Hellish Moon
to come Ripping Past;
Causing Cataclysmic Damage
& Eclipsing our Sun.
That Orb,
Like a Red Eye;
All Ways Watching,
Like a Scarlet Stain
At the Center of Our Sun;
Blocking a Quarter of It’s Light
& Giving Things a Crimson Cast.
Those That Did Not Die
When the Anarchy Hit,
Soon Perished
In the Floods & Famine
As Continents Took New Shapes
& the Food
& LiveStock
were Radically Changed
& Diminished.
For Food Did Not Grow Like It Once Did
& Animals Behaved Differently,
Confused,
Angry;
Much Like we Did,
but One Thing Did Do Well,
Rats,
Rats the Size of Large Dogs.
Hideous Pale Things
That Crawled From Their Holes
In the Night
& Ran Across
the Twisted Landscape
Bringing Death
& Disease.
Imagine If you Will
a Ruined Grave Yard
Where the Remnants of Humanity
Huddle
& Hide,
Ruled by Cadaverous Rats
Under a Pale Red Light.
That Is my Hell,
How the World Fell.
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Ink&Iron Heroic Fantasy

Weird Tales Magazine‘s

status

One paragraph story

about snow apes

in a city:

Go!

Menzel

Menzel

 I Came

Upon

Them

In a

Long

Forgotten City

Amongst

Crags

&

Frigid Wastes.

What Could

Only Be

Some

Strange/Twisted

Off Shoot

of Humanity.

Great

White

Snow Apes

Dancing

Under

the Velvet

Sky.

I Lay

Watching

In

Terror Stricken

Awe

as

His

Small

Red Eyes

Met

mine

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