The beauty slept on despite his princely kiss.
The unicorn stabbed the faux-virgin through his heart.
The monster wasn’t cute and cuddly for long.
He joyously returned the sword to the stone.
The mermaid gave up her world for him.
The princess lost her wings in a bet.
He fought his dragon to a stand still.
The elderly, demented wizard mumbled a confusion spell.
The sorcerer’s apprentice turned himself into a frog.
The warrior bowed to his accuser, the king.
The beleaguered monster came out of the closet.
“And what should we be calling you?”
He dropped the sword, picked up the child.
“You hear something?”
“Yes,” a voice said.
On his deathbed, he admitted his fairy status.
The ice king longed for an exciting summer.
Take Off. Travel around. Fly home. Need holiday.
He fell upon his sword to spare her.
The dragon opened wide. Jeremy drilled the tooth.
The troll ate the subpoena she served him.