Monday, November 7, 2011

From Last Nights Walking Dead

"The story is that when American soldiers where moving Indians off their land, on the Trail of Tears, the Cherokee mothers were grieving and crying so much 'cause they were losing their little ones along the way. Exposure and disease and starvation; a lot of them just disappeared. So the elders, they sent a prayer, asked for a sign to uplift the mother's spirits. Give 'em strength, hope. The next day, this rose started to grow right where the mother's tears fell. I'm not fool enough to think there's any flowers bloomin' for my brother. But, I believe, this one is bloomin' for your little girl."

This was a part from The Walking Dead last night on AMC, I wanted to put it up because I just thought it was a fantastic part to a show that every week delivers.

This show gives a combination of horror with real life drama, in a setting where characters matter and story telling leads you on a path that keeps you so involved, so sucked in to this show that you forget that the basis behind it is a zombie Apocalypse.