Entry 4: 'The Faceless One'

Entry 4: 'The Faceless One'

A Chapter by AnonymousLad

'Hush, thy childe, do not stray far from the path,
or The Faceless One shall steal you away to Fairieland
He prays on sinful and defiant souls, 
and lurks within the woods.
He has hands of ebony branches,
and a touch as soft as silk.
Fear The Faceless One thy childe,
for he shall take you to a dark place.
And what shall become of thou?
Noone knows, so be good, thy little one-
Alas! Here he is here to take thou away!

- 18th century Welsh lullaby


© 2013 AnonymousLad


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better not tell this to the kids..

Posted 8 Years Ago


That lullaby is certainly strange... I'm really enjoying this work. the different format of each chapter is very clever way to get the story over, and keep the reader captivated.

Posted 8 Years Ago


That's one heck of a creepy lullaby! lol. I like this book, can't wait to see what happens next! :)

Posted 8 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

AnonymousLad

8 Years Ago

It's probably catchier in Welsh :p. Thanks for reading!

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