The Allowable Rhyme By H. P. Lovecraft “Sed ubi plura nitent in carmine, non ego paucis Offendar maculis.” —Horace. The … Continue Reading The Allowable Rhyme by H. P. Lovecraft
We tracked snow and mud over a spotless stone floor. Before an open fire stood Madame and the three children—a girl of eight years, a boy of five, a boy of three. They stared with round frightened eyes at les soldats Americans, the first they had ever seen. We were too tired to stare back. We at once climbed to the chill attic, our billet, our lodging for the night. First we lifted the packs from one another’s aching shoulders: then, without spreading our blankets, we lay down on the bare boards.
This story was collected and written by the Brothers Grimm. I hope you enjoy it 🙂
Writer: Stephen King (novel), Raynold Gideon (screenplay), Bruce A. Evans (screenplay)
It’s strange, it’s weird, it’s horror, sci-fi and romance all in one. The King in Yellow is a book of loosely connected short stories, full of fear and madness.
It’s a great little story which plays with one of society’s greatest fears… not just being killed, but what will happen to your body once your spirit has gone? It’s always fascinated me that people will dwell on this to such an extent.