Friday, January 30, 2009

Bear Faced Cheek

The trees become more and more intrusive until finally Thesis can no longer gallop atop his horse. It’s actually a relief to dismount and lead his horse along the forest tracks.
On the first night within the forest though, he is awakened by his whinnying horse. Grabbing his mighty sword, Thesis roars as he springs to his feet.
He’s too late. All he can see is a massive, shaggy shape disappear into the undergrowth. An unbelievably impudent bear has made off with the majority of his food supplies.
Thesis shakes his head. What fool taught a wild bear that food was easily found near humans?

2 comments:

Joebroesel said...

Oh, oh, oh, that's something a monk has to meditate along time for :D

robogeek said...

I track the bear down. Kill him. Kill his family. Chop out his balls and have them for supper. Hang on, I'm supposed to be good .... I root out a couple of tasty tubers and have them in a tasty stew with a couple of rabbits ;)