I could be a solider and return after long time! No, an Indian and come back as a great chief! No, better yet I could be a pirate! Yes, that's it!
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The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
By Howard Pyle
He ran away from the school and far out of sight of returning scholars. His soul was filled with melancholy. He started thinking of careers that would mean he would have to travel far from home.
"Guy of Guisborne wants no man's pass. Who art thou that dares to hold such language?"
"Hold! Who comes here into Sherwood Forest without my pass?"
The sound of a tiny tin trumpet made Tom very happy because he knew who was coming! It was Joe!
Tom and Joe began to reenact Robin Hood from memory.
They start to speak form the book. Tom as Robin Hood and Joe as his enemy.
They then begin to sword fight, but Tom misunderstands the meaning of how he was suppose to kill the Guy of Guisborne. The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood said he killed him with a backhanded stroke. Tom strikes Joe in the back.
Tom and Joe went home saying they would rather be outlaws for a year rather than being the United States of America forever.