Monday, April 11, 2011

131 Years Ago

At the bottom of the sea
lay the Elizabeth Dane
with her crew,
their lungs filled with saltwater,
their eyes open
and staring into the darkness.

And above,
as suddenly as it had come,
the fog lifted,
receded back across the ocean
and never came again.

But it is told
by the fishermen
and their fathers and grandfathers
that when the fog returns to Antonio Bay,
the men
at the bottom of the sea,
out in the water by Spivey Point,
will rise up
and search for the campfire
that led them to their dark, icy death.


Going to be fun to be a part of this.

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3 comments:

The Gill-Man said...

Oh HELL YES! One of Carpenter's most under-rated films, in my opinion! Looking forward to seeing what y'all have in store for us!

Marrow said...

Damn. I wish I knew earlier.

Can't wait to see what you have for us!

HalloweeNut said...

Thanks for letting everyone know, Rot! :D