Bloody Hell…

A word from

Dracula’s spectacular vernacular

Overheard on railway funicular

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En route to the familiar

Up Castle Bran in particular

That pierces clouds lenticular

Atop the rock face perpendicular

The home of the Count if we’re to be titular

Insofar there’s none similar

Alone in all that stone, we’re in the singular

In a life so insular

Save for one, his prisoner the solicitor

A great prize awaits the decrypter

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Museworthy Man

Typically atypical man from Manchester with aspirations that’ll never/maybe/could one day be realisations :-D

3 thoughts on “Bloody Hell…”

  1. Interesting. It fits the form of no cipher or code I’ve ever seen. It seems hex/ASCII are in there, frequency analysis is not pertinent. I’m no great expert but certainly curious. Any chance of a small clue ?
    Somnicloud.

    1. Hello 451, figuring Ghostwritten brought you here?
      The hidden door on this is truly well locked and the key has been blindly discarded, I’m calculating I’ll be 64 before anyone even gets to first base with it. I have to hope so too, quite some promise in the prize-to my detriment.

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