Welcome back to ‘Create a Scene Tuesday’. Sorry I’m posting this early, but I wasn’t sure if I would have time in the morning. Below is this weeks hyrda heads. Remember, take your time. You can’t rush creativity. And have fun! (For rules and to read last weeks entries, please see Create a Scene Tuesdays).
I’m not sure what inspired me this weeks ‘heads’. Maybe I been reading King Arthur and The Dragon and the George to many times. I promise, next week will be a female character.
My entry: Prince Edwin rode into the Black Forest of Germany, his crossbow tied to his saddle. Two of his best knights trotted by his side. Stopping in a clearing, they dismounted and wandered into the wood. They strolled through the brush.
A twig snapped ahead. Prince Edwin raised his hand and peered through the trees. A deer nibbled the tender grass by a glimmering lake. He signaled to his knights to move round. They spilt, heading towards the shoreline. The prince aimed his bow, keeping the deer in his sight.
He was about to signal to move in when a large serpent sprang out of the lake. It scooped the deer into its mouth and snapped its might jaw, gulping its meal. Prince Edwin gazed in disbelief. He snapped out of his trance as his two knights charged for their horses. He ran after them.