The Otherworldly King by Felipe Pan Glamorgan, c. 530 A.D. Gildas stared intently at the piece of parchment lying on his candle-lit table and sighed. Every other pupil had already retired to their dormitories, leaving the dark corridors of the monastery of Cor Tewdws eerily silent. The smell of clay
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Otherworld Calling by Elsa Marie Edmond Heart laid bare, tattered and torn With no more fight inside; Dark cold soul lost and forlorn Drowning by the incoming tide. A soul alas from foreign lands Hidden from this plane; Pale skinned and frozen hands Fading as the life force drains.
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