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Carnival Street | by ~sierra sugar~
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Carnival Street


Halloween at Old Europe Village


Old Europe Village is a quaint old-world place with little town shops lining the cobblestone streets. At its center is a town square hosting the annual Hallow's Eve Carnival.


(see blog post for poem credits and history)


"By the pricking of my thumbs,

something wicked this way comes.

Then toll the bells both loud and deep,

God is not dead, nor doth he sleep.

The wrong will fail, the right prevail,

With peace on Earth, good will toward men"


"Ill winds mark its fearsome flight,

and autumn branches creak with fright.

The landscape turns to ashen crumbs,

when something wicked this way comes.


Crystal water turns to dark,

where e'er its presence leaves its mark,

and boiling currents pound like drums,

when something wicked this way comes.


A presence dark invades the fair,

and gives the horses ample scare,

for chaos reigns and panic numbs,

when something wicked this way comes."

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Taken on October 26, 2011