The Nameless Returns

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Horror  |  House: Contently Deranged Travelers
It once enjoyed lordship over a now-forgotten civilization. Now a new pawn has emerged to begin Its works anew.

Submitted: July 05, 2017

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It entered, thus, unto Our realm;
Broken, yes, but willing. 
Such feeble minds make greatest helm 
To impress Our glorious tilling. 

Beneath Our form, its fear embellished 
With Our arms betwixt its breath. 
So frozen We thought it may have perished 
At the sight of Our eyes and flesh. 

“What would you ask for me to do?” 
It begged in awe and shaking. 
Thus, We took of what it knew 
And crushed it beyond remaking. 

We purged its mind, perfectly vacant,
As a cavity to seed Our dreams: 
The beauty of Our nightmare, nascent,
And a world reborn in screams. 

We bade it leave and keep Our hope 
To rot mortal minds to their core. 
They will do well to keep Our oath; 
Unlike the Mor'arx of before. 


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