The Window by Howard Phillips Lovecraft

“The Window” by Howard Phillips Lovecraft

Comics story adaptation. Appeared first time [B&W] in Haunt of Horror: Lovecraft #2 (2008). Reprinted [B&W] in Haunt of Horror: Lovecraft [HC] (2008) and [B&W] in Haunt of Horror (2009).
Story: H.P. Lovecraft. Adapt/Art: Richard Corben.

The original poem by Howard Phillips Lovecraft:

A verse XVI from “Fungi from Yuggoth” (written in 1929-1930).

The house was old, with tangled wings outthrown,
Of which no one could ever half keep track,
And in a small room somewhat near the back
Was an odd window sealed with ancient stone.
There, in a dream-plagued childhood, quite alone
I used to go, where night reigned vague and black;
Parting the cobwebs with a curious lack
Of fear, and with a wonder each time grown.

One later day I brought the masons there
To find what view my dim forbears had shunned,
But as they pierced the stone, a rush of air
Burst from the alien voids that yawned beyond.
They fled – but I peered through and found unrolled
All the wild worlds of which my dreams had told.

Copyright © 2008 Heart-Attack-Series, Ink!
Created: August 29, 2008. Last updated: June 30, 2019 at 20:51 pm

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