Although the gargoyle was a devoted servant of The White Witch, he knew better than to deliver any bad news to her. Therefore, when he had to inform her of Edward – The Son of Adam’s escape, he hid behind the shield.
Little did he know that it would not protect him from the witch’s curse.
This post has been inspired by the character of The White Witch in the book, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, the first one in the Narnia series by CS Lewis. This character was well known for her tendency to turn people and animals into stone whenever things didn’t quite go her way.
This post has been written for Alastair’s Photo Fiction : October 20th 2013 where the post had to be based on the picture at the top of the post.
8 thoughts on “The stone cold truth”
I like that. Poor Gargy. Reminds me of the “bumbling buffoon” bad guy’s follower from Disney films. Love it. Thank you for taking part.
@Al, glad you liked the post 🙂
You linked that up nicely with the Narnia story. Nice!
@Kajal, thank you, glad you liked the post 😀
Short and sweet, I like it. 🙂
@misskzebra, glad you enjoyed the post 🙂