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Many Heads By Philip Parzygnat

A dragon was born in the realm of a kingdom with eight heads. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

The dragon’s valiant head. The dragon’s vile head. The dragon’s powerful head. The dragon’s weak head. The dragon’s pious head. The dragon’s superstitious head. The dragon’s true head. The dragon’s false head.

The dragon would protect himself from peril by casting confusion.

 In the kingdom resided a powerful knight that would vow to vanquish the dragon. One day the knight set out to assault the dragon in a patch of woods outside the kingdom’s walls. The knight approached the dragon with a sword of bronze and shook still when the dragon revealed his power. The knight would pray for help as he stood in the dragon’s presence. The dragon would respond piously. In short time the knight approached the dragon with built instinct and was greeted by the dragon’s true face. The dragon was so great a creature that his true face left an impression on the knight who began to see good in the dragon’s being. In response, the dragon became vile. As the knight collected himself, the dragon gave the knight one occasion to commit his act and presented his weakness. The knight was slow in attacking the dragon and so the dragon presented his false face. Finally, the dragon cursed the knight with superstition as the knight ran in fear while he gazed the knight with a valiant look.

In life we have many traits that define our character. We are asked to use them to our advantage.


      

      

 

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A sample collection of work by Philip Parzygnat.