The Old Man and the Dragons
By E.S. Wynn
“Dragons? I didn’t usedta believe in dragons, but I learnt. You learn real quick out here what’s real and what’s not. Now, dragons, they’re as real as my wooden foot or the rounds in this here old rifle. Only took a couple of shots ‘for the dragons learnt that a man ain’t just another animal they can scoop up fer lunch. They don’t fly roundabouts these parts much no more, and I think it's safe to say they wouldn’t touch me with a barge pole ‘long as I got my rifle handy. I done seen to that, I did.”
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E.S. Wynn believes in dragons, faeries, good women and other fantasy creatures.
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