Prompt 23

The Chronicles of Narnia – C. S. Lewis

 

A magical realm of fantasy and fun
An enchanting tale loved by everyone

The story begins with the Magician’s Nephew
As Aslan created his land that day
For mortal children eager to play
They awake the White Queen
Innocent enough so it seemed
But she ruled over Narnia with spells and spite
Forever in winter which just wasn’t right

Many years pass
But at last a new group discover
A world in the cupboard
The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe
Fulfils the old laws
So peace can reign again once more

Summoned to return at the hour of need
The children do indeed once again save the land they love
Aslan casts forth his magic to end the dire situation
And return Prince Caspian to the throne
But no one had known
All would change when they sailed The Dawn Treader
To Aslan’s own country
After the seven swords of the banished lords were rediscovered
Some would never return but those that do
Hold true the quest
The Silver Chair
Finds them once again there in the search for Caspian’s son

The Boy and His Horse
A talking one of course
Plan a return to Narnia and freedom
Then The Last Battle ensues
Which should be good news
But heralds the final end

And so my friends
We have come to the end of a series of books
A pleasure for any age
That in my opinion … you really should not overlook

 

 

 

[Prompt: Pick the title of a book that you love, that title is now the title of the poem.]

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