Dance upon the broken shores of Great Carcosa, where Silence plagues the calloused ghosts who wither, whispering along the wharf.
They dance for Him, our Yellow King, whose misery creeps over brittle fields and rotting crops stinking in an amber sun. Boardwalks crumble ‘round rusted nails hammered down by the last to be forgotten.
Here the dying wolf has sharper teeth, even as the stinging wind rips the fur from its flesh.
Dance upon their crackling bones in salted air to the roar of the mad and the crashing of the lost.
His Eye will see and You shall hear His song upon Your lips.