Sunday, January 23, 2011

Born Fighters

The dragons continued to fight when they were rotten. This was an issue of perspective and they thought they could fight forever, from deep under the sea, mounting the clouds in the sky, to coming down to earth. They thought they were good and born fighters.

The dragons were now locked in a face-off, and this might carry on as time goes by. That was why a passer-by like me could hike without worry.

Are there any born fighters? I was not told the answer.

But I saw a lonely one later on my hiking trail. Was it a winner of the fighting game?

15 comments:

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

They are very fierce with sharp, pokey horn-like thingies!

Regina said...

I see things in the woods nobody else does..(smile), but I think sometimes we were born for adversity or for a battle. Isn't it so in other realms? Well a least you could go on your hike unnoticed..

Bangchik said...

Too many around..., you dont fight you definitely lose.

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

maybe there also many secret agents keeping eye on you while you hike.

Icy BC said...

Maybe they were born fighters to get through the thickness of jungle..

Diane AZ said...

Maybe the dragons battled for so long that they forgot what the fight was about. You saw them posing out of habit. They really love each other.

eileeninmd said...

It is not safe to fight with these fierce looking dragons.

Amin said...

Hello!
Interesting post!
I agree with these comments!
I want inform You that I do not know the English very well.If I do any mistake ,please,inform me.

George said...

I think you need to b wary of these dragons, even the ones that look lonely.

silent moments said...

hes a winner but will ultimately succumb to the fidht with nature !

Frieda said...

Your world is full of fantastic things...it's great to see it through your pictures and stories :-)

CH said...

Interesting!

There must be many dragons in Cerok Tokun.

Ann said...

I can't see the dragons, so I went to this old post. Tailorbird, starts from an egg.

The nest looked like an ant nest I saw in Australia.

These sets of kids are Cina kids,they are my nieces and nephews.

Malar said...

Wow so many fighter looking at you!

Mei Teng said...

Man cannot fight nature.