Jabberwocky by Will M

In the pitch black darkness of the tulgey wood, one could hear the snapping of a bandersnatch as it darted through the woods, and the Jabberwock burbling in its nest on the far side of the forest.

Dead branches scattered across the forest floor, reaching across as if it was trying to make your life as miserable as its. Wooden arches made completely by nature tempting you into its wonderful land.

Then he heard it. The burbling of the evil Jabberwock, smelling the air as it came. Merlin stood in uffish thought, wondering why he came on this trip. “I am only a boy,” he thought to himself, “I should have obeyed my father, the Jabberwock is to strong for me.”

Suddenly, jumping out of his thought, Merlin realised he had no choice. The Jabberwock made a lunge for Merlin, he tried to dodge but the Jabberwock was too quick and it knocked Merlin down. Merlin let out a loud shriek. Then, heroically, he got up, took out his vorpal blade and sliced through the Jabberwocky’s armour-plated neck.

The head of the Jabberwock rolled to Merlin’s feet. He picked it up and went galumphing back.

When he got back from his heroic quest his father was there to meet him.

“Has thou slain the Jabberwock?” he said, startled at what he had seen in Merlin’s arm, “Yes father, I have.” Replied Merlin, “I have slain the Jabberwock.”

“Come to my arms my beamish boy”

After the frabjous incident in the cottage that Merlin’s father owned, Merlin’s father organised a celebration for Merlin.

“On this day forward,” he told the town that had been terrorised by the Jabberwock, “I declare there will be no more Jabberwock destroying our town!”

There was a tremendous cheer from the crowd. They were chanting, “Calloh.Callay.


1 Response to “Jabberwocky by Will M”

  1. 1 Emily May 19, 2012 at 20:17

    WELL DONE!!!!!!!!

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