Jabberwocky by Jonathan

Twas brillig and the town was silent in fear of the Jabberwocky. No one would dare set foot out of their houses. All they could do was wait and wait for some hero to come back having killed the Jabberwocky.

One man had already killed a Jabberwocky but was now too old to do it again. Luckily that man had a son Billy called and he wanted to kill the Jabberwocky. “Beware the Jabberwocky my son; it has mighty claws and a ferocious bite.” Billy took on the words of wisdom and went into the Tugley wood.

It was dark and damp in the Tugley wood. The sky was as dark as oil and the twisted roots him up. He rested by the tum tum tree and stood in uffish thought. The ground was soft and damp making it quite easy to sink. He kept stopping once in awhile because he kept hearing noises of twigs snapping and loud roaring.

It was awhile before he finally met his mighty foe, the jabberwocky…  Its eyes were blood red and they sent a chill down Billy’s back. But this would not our mighty hero from defeating the beast so he took his vorpal sword and sliced it straight through the Jabberwocky’s neck! The beast thumped to the ground and its head rolled to Billy’s feet.

The town’s people were wondering if Billy would ever come back until they saw Billy galumphing back holding the Jabberwocky’s head up high in triumph. “Come to my arms my boy.” Said his father in joy. At the end of the day he went to bed, happy about killing the jabberwocky and hoping that it would never happen again


2 Responses to “Jabberwocky by Jonathan”

  1. 1 Bethany April 26, 2012 at 18:17

    very well done Jonathan I really enjoyed reading it. 🙂

  2. 2 Emily May 19, 2012 at 20:16

    WELL DONE!!!!!!!!!!

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