Looking in the Mirror

Spiritual Revelations for those seeking Humanity in Humans ~~CordieB.

The Boy and the Dragon ~CordieB.

So full of mannishness, quite an impressive brave boy! 

He worshiped mom and dad; second only to his toys… 

that sparked imagination; making him noble like his dad.

His sword he proudly made himself; his armor, titan clad.

He knew he had a job to do; he had to do this on his own; 

for mom and dad were fast asleep; into the woods, he’d crept alone… 

to stop a fire breathing dragon from evading his family’s peaceful home. 

He practiced sorcery faithfully for weeks before this fateful eve! 

Although he feared the dragon’s fire; he knew he could not leave. 

He had to ensure this beast would not blow the house with fire… 

And so with magic titan sword in hand, he tipped into the mire. 

Although his skills were excellent on his Xbox 360, 

He knew an actual defeat might prove a bit more tricky!

As he moved deeper into the woods, near the beaver dam, 

he saw the dragon lying down, but upon closer exam . . . 

he realized the dragon was almost fast asleep… 

Suddenly the dragon opened one eye and surprisingly began to weep! 

"Oh boy, why must you slay me?  I mean no harm to you!" 

"I have no friends in this world, and wandered here to you." 

The boy swiftly stopped the sword in mid air, it would have pierced dragon’s lung!

Boy and Dragon began talking and playing; having lots of fun!

And that’s how a lifetime friendship of boy and dragon first begun.

~A CordieB Fable.

~Written for Rick Mob’s image promt for stories or poems sparked by the wonderful art above and for the artist’ brave son, Brodus .

The morals of this story: 

1.  Bullys are usually just reaching out for friendship! 

2.  Dragons and Boys can be friends too!  They just need to communicate!

3.  Fear can oftentimes cause our imagination to get the best of us.

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11 Comments»

  rick mobbs wrote @

CordieB, Broadus loves both dragons and fables, and he’s gobbling up books. This will be fun to read. Thank you!

  nikamarie wrote @

Nice Cordie!

  paisley wrote @

that is so adorable… what a perfect story for a children’s book,, morals and all!!!!!!

  Duma Key wrote @

Interesting….I wish I could see life like this!

  cordieb wrote @

@Rick Mobbs. Thanks! I’m glad you like.

@Paisley. Thanks, Paisley. Hope all is well with you! PLL, CordieB.

@Duma Key. Oh Duma Key, you can. Just reach deep down into your heart and trust and love yourself! You’ll see! Sending you good energies! PLL, CordieB.

  SanityFound wrote @

This is just beyond beyond beyond beautifuls. Cordie when will you stop astounding me with your words and filling my soul with happies?

  donstuff wrote @

Thanks for this. I really enjoyed it.

[…] God one starts to think about Harvesting the grapes to wine creating a metaphor for life.  The Boy and the Dragon followed by Take Me Out to the Ballgame,  thoughts roam within our minds… What if we […]

  gypsy-heart wrote @

Love it..love it, CordieB!!

Left me wanting more, and you, my dear, should write children’s books..beginning with these charaters!

Good and creative energies to you!

  cordieb wrote @

@SanityFound. Thanks Hun! Internet connection limited again (sad). Miss ya! PLL, CordieB.

@Donstuff. Thanks! I’m glad you enjoyed it. Here’s a big cookie for Ya! PLL, CordieB.

@GypsyHeart. Thanks dearest! I don’t know if I can really write children’s stories. But thanks for the confidence! Peace, Light, and Love. . . CordieB.

  rawdawgbuffalo wrote @

i just wanna know how many poems do u have


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