Blunderbore's Stairs  

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Blunderbore's Stairs
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Blunderbore's Stairs

Dusk has dawned, I hear its call,
above the world I've watched it fall;
I smell blood and I smell bone,
and I smell fear coated in gold;
Grind your bread and bake their teeth,
and death will come while you're asleep;
I will rage. I will rage.
Emory R. Frie, Giant Country


The Covenant, Jed Kurzel


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11/09/21 7:47 PM GMT
Time to leave..I hear footsteps...R.
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11/10/21 12:10 AM GMT
John, when I watch your render carefully, I'm almost convinced that this may be the stairway to heaven, and may not be the area where Blunderbore terrorized travelers heading north to St. Ives, 😁 !
A heavenly creation anyhow, larded an appropriate poem and music links. Very well done again!
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11/10/21 1:34 PM GMT
Oh wowie this reminds me of the winchester mystery house with stairs that led to nowhere. THis is super cool John ` thought provoking for sure!
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11/11/21 11:46 AM GMT
Fie Fi Fo Fum used to terrify me when I was a child - hey, it still does ! I don't want climb those beautiful stairs or see who descends but I could listen to the cellos all night ! ! Another fantastic work with atmosphere
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11/16/21 8:43 PM GMT
I would not be surprised to find that a secret door behind the wine cabinet, in Blunderbore*s bedroom, opens to these stairs, and they lead up to his treasure room, plundered by all the guests he has done away with. Then again, it could also be one of the 40 staircases in the altogether ookey Winchester mansion.

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