The Promenader

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Horror  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: June 19, 2019

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Submitted: June 18, 2019



In the black ocean's genesis, a cosmic congregation of hideous beings amassed.

For there was no absolute form, no absolution in law by which nature would dictate these weavers of fate, maligned and narcissistic, would mould themselves into the manifestations of that which man fears most - the unknown, penury, and madness. 

Only by man's primitive hand were these beings survived in the hyperbolic scriptures. 

Suppressed by man's degeneration and false interpretations alike, a mythos, no doubt birthed around the estranged memory of the primordial demiurges, serves to amalgamate mankind to bring about the return of the antediluvian entities. 

Insofar, only one has recovered the name of it who wanders without cause, of it who wanders without course. 

From tomes withered-ancient, be they of primeval origin - for now, these beings go about their days undisturbed, soon nears the wanderer, no doubt perturbed.

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