Night at Usher II

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Night at Usher II

 The House blazed with life and color; harlequins rang by with belled caps and white mice danced miniature quadrilles to the music of dwarfs who tickled tiny fiddles with tiny bows, and flags rippled from scorched beams while bats flew in clouds about gargoyle mouths which spouted down wine, cool, wild and foaming.
A creek wandered through the seven rooms of the masked ball. Guests sipped and found it to be sherry. Guests poured from the booths, transformed from one age into another, their faces covered with dominoes, the very act of putting on a mask revoking all their licenses  to pick a quarrel with fantasy and horror. The women swept about in red gowns, laughing. The men danced them attendance.
And on the walls were shadows with no people to throw them, and here or there were mirrors in which no image showed.  “All of…

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