Nico Janik


Land Of The Jabberwocky


This is the story
Men fought for pride and glory
Then one day
On the 8th of May
Came the…………………Jabberwocky
Many years have past
Since we seen the monster last
Men fought again and again
We send them by the numbers
One day we saw it slumber
For a while it didn’t disturb our village
And it didn’t pillage
We can finally sleep now, well for a while

“Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! ”
“Run everybody run! ”
“Help, bring the water”
“Get the Guardians! ”
“Bring the Soldiers! ”
“Send the Bowmen! ”
“The Beast has woken again! ”
“The…………………Jabberwocky! ”
We fought long and hard
A wise man brought the seven Shards
One day, oh one day a forger came
What a shame
We didn’t keep him at the time
I was sent to get him
Finally one day I found the blacksmith
It was May the fifth
I brought him to the village
At that time everything was pillaged

He worked for days
Days again
He said bring about 3 men
He put them through tests
Then after all that I was overall the best
He armored me with the seven shards
One on the leg
One on my left arm
One around my neck
Two on my belt
One on my shield
And one on the…………Vorpal Sword

My time has came
I killed the Jabberwocky
And finally we can have back the land from the Jabberwocky

Submitted: Thursday, September 29, 2011
Edited: Friday, September 30, 2011

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