Beowulf dont let my sacrifice be in vain..............
A lake near Herot
No longer will you be terrorizing the people of Herot demon.....
Out from the marsh, from the foot of misty, Hills and bogs, bearing God’s hatred,Grendel came, hoping to kill ,Anyone he could trap on this trip to high Herot He moved quickly through the cloudy night.. - Lines 232-237
The way back to Herot
That shepherd of evil, guardian of crime,Knew at once that nowhere on earth,Had he met a man whose hands were harder;His mind was flooded with fear—but nothing,Could take his talons and himself from that tight, Hard grip. Grendel’s one thought was to run, From Beowulf, flee back to his marsh and hide there: This was a different Herot than the hall he had emptied. - Lines 273-280
Thank you Beowulf!
Now, with that night’s fierce work; the Danes Had been served as he’d boasted he’d serve them; Beowulf,A prince of the Geats, had killed Grendel,Ended the grief, the sorrow, the suffering,Forced on Hrothgar’s helpless people,By a bloodthirsty fiend. No Dane doubted,The victory, for the proof, hanging high,From the rafters where Beowulf had hung it, was the monster’s,Arm, claw and shoulder and all. - Lines 351-358
Grenels Mothers Home
From that happy pilgramge, mounted their hard-hooved Horses, high-spirited stallions, and rode them Slowly toward Herot again, retelling Beowulf ’s bravery as they jogged along. - Lines 387-390
He did it he bested the beast!
Beowulf is a hero! Grendel is no More!
And sometimes, when the path ran straight and clear,They would let their horses race, red And brown and pale yellow backs streaming Down the road. - Lines 387-390
Go! Go! U got this!!!!
No problem Hrothgar!
Although one monster has died, another still lives. From her lair in a cold and murky lake, where she has been brooding over her loss, Grendel’s mother emerges, bent on revenge. - Prologue for Grendel's Mother
Grendel my one and only son!! Why Beowulf why!!!!?!?!?!?!