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This story is about major diesis that passed through the country It was a slow painful death The diesis was called the Red Death when a person got that they started to bleed through all the pores in the body There was a prince his name was Prince Prospero When the Red Death diesis struck the country he was happy that the population was getting smaller and smaller each day Prince Prospero wasnt really upset that his people where dieing He gathered all his friends to one of his castles They has food music different types of entrainment so the guests wouldnt get board The castle had seven different rooms and colors The colors of the rooms where blue purple green orange white violet and black Each room had the same decoration color through out even the window color corresponded to the room Except for the black room it had deep blood color windows and a huge ebony clock Every hour the ebony clock rang telling the entire crowd that sixty minutes where over When the clock rang the whole crowd grew silent and pale they knew that another hour had past and there is no turn back now The seven rooms where filed with people and they where all enjoying the environment Only in the black room no one set a foot All of the sudden there was a tall figure covered all n black and had a mask on this person was walking around and whispering to everybody the there will be a surprise When the 12th hour came the clock rang 12 strokes The person in the mask was standing in the black room when the prince and his people entered the room All of the sudden the prince fell down as the red Death attacked him Then after he died each and every one of the people died as well Edgar Allen Poe also mentioned that the Red Death came like
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