It was a horrible sight. Fires flashed. Money was lost.
Master Lox and his henchment destroyed the portals.
The only one who escaped was one Funkey, Scratches, who had the power of music. He managed to escape through a portal before it was
At the other side, was Kelpy Basin. He was looking for his relative,
Twing. When he got to her home, the door was broken.
There was a note. "We took Twing. Sincerely, Master Lox.
(P.S. Funkey Island)" Then, Scratches knew what he had to do.
He went to visit his friend, Glubs. He asked him to take him to
Funkey Island so he could save Twing.
When he got to the island, it was heavily guarded. He used the power of music to defeat the guards.
He traveled through forests and over hills till he found a castle made of
crystal. When he found the entrance, it was locked. All of a sudden,
a laser killed Scratches and somebody threw Twing's body over the castle
Friday, May 9, 2008
Master Lox Returns
This epic poem was dictated and written by Alex Foyt, and not edited by anybody.
It was inspired by Funkeys and by the epic poem of Gilgamesh. Gilgamesh tried to get eternal life, but instead, returned to his town as a wiser man. In a way, Gilgamesh is immortal because his name was written on the city walls.
The Story of Gilgamesh, The Story of the World: History for the Classical Child: Volume 1: Ancient Times: From the Earliest Nomads to the Last Roman Emperor, Revised Edition (Story ... the World: History for the Classical Child)ISBN: 1933339004ISBN-13: 9781933339009
Gilgamesh and the Quest for Immortality, Susan Gundlach, Mesopotamia - The Land of Firsts, Calliope: Exploring World History, October 2006, Vol. 17, No. 2.