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I write to you now in great fear Things that haunt my every waking moment and fill every unconscienceness with trepidation Such coil that hath wrapped around every man woman and child at King Hrothgars court utter horror It was only two nights ago that my comrades and I were having a fabulous feast in the Hart The great Mead Hall of the ring-giver King Hrothgar Men stumbled about like mules reeking of sweet mead Having returned from a battle we filled our bellies with good food and our hearts with the stories of the scop The harp singing along with his praise It had been a successful battle so we were high in spirits As the hours drew unholy we began to prepare ourselves for slumber Every man full and content found places to call their own Little corners belonging to big men We curled into our small dens with our minds wandering I found myself stumbling a bit trying as I had a little to drink that night I chose a place under one of the wooden benches in the corner wrapping my blanket around me I then lay my heavy head to the wooden floor Men all around me settled into their dreams yet I had an uneasiness in my stomach Something unholy filled the air with its wretched scent Yet at the time I believed it only to be the mead settling down in my belly I began to think of our victory and the glory we had won for our great King The treasures and glory surrounding our king and court would be forever infinite so long as we warriors proved brave and loyal In these thoughts I found myself growing weary And soon I fell into slumber unaware of the horrors that would come I opened my eyes slowly my vision blurred and I rubbed them fiercely Looking around the dark hall I
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