lo/ləʊ /exclamation archaicused to draw attention to an interesting or amazing event.“and lo, the star, which they saw in the east, went before them”
I was thinking up a story lately with a historical scenario build around it, something to do with Caesar. And since I was thinking of a story with horror and humor. It’s natural that the story should start with death. And we have an obvious death in the history right.
” Et tu brutus “ cried, Caesar. And then Caesar died.
That would be a scenario to build up, a zombie apocalypse in a historical context. History is rich in scenarios for the picking. We can bring up new characters who would be fighting to save the world from the Zombie legion.
Lo Caesar is dead killed by his own friends or well the ones who he saw as friends.
Cassius and Brutus and the other assassins brandish their knives and cry democracy and things that they shouted out that day.
And then the shit went down. The zombie apocalypse decides to hit Rome.
And Lo the dead Ceasar is biting the unsuspecting Cassius in the butt and chewing a large chunk of it. Brutus and his fellow conspirators seeing this lifts up their toga and runs out of the Senate as if the police have broken into a college sorority orgy. I will let your imagination go about the rest.
We can bring up new characters who would be fighting to save the world from the Roman Zombie legion. We can even add Mark Antony somewhere… like going in a glory of words trying to sway the plebian Zombies with his sound vocals
“ Country men and zombies “
Uhm Ugh Times up. Got to go. Happy apocalyptic occasions that you could probably be executing.