Her hair slithered toward his stony, chiseled face.
The donkey outwitted the king far too easily.
The Yeti smiled. “I don’t think you’re imaginary.”
A prince arrived but couldn’t wake sleeping beauty.
Young vampire brought home a mummy. Parents confused.
The mirror shattered as she looked at it.
The river flowed past peasants, vagrants, and kings.
The monster picked up the bus saving everyone.
After seven years she said, “Hi,” to him.
The prince longed to be a frog again.
He poured it down his gullet, then realized.
The camel plodded, regardless of his rider’s whip.
“I can be mythical. I swear I can!”
“Rumpelstiltskin!” the princess yelled at the confused giant.
He played the flute until the snake danced.
The ants took his home piece by piece.
“My kingdom for a spoon!”
“Here. And thanks!”
The emperor attended the gala in “new clothes.”
He protected her from monsters but not himself.
The trees danced until the hiker came by.