" Once home in geatland , Beowulf recounts his tales and shares his treasure with Hygelac. King Hygelac in turn awards Beowukf with the best sword and treasure that the gea-ts own. although Beowulf had at times been poorly regarded, his status as brave warrior was now set , and he carried himself with valor and restraint-never harming those who were drunken or brawling-until Hygelac is killed in battle. Then... the wide kingdom reverted to beowulf. He ruled it well for fifty winter, grew old abd wise as warden of the land ."
My time near by but as i go into battle God bless me and i'll be home soon
" For three centuries , this scourge of people had stood gurad on that stoutly protect-ed underground treasury, until the intruder inleashed its fury; he hurried to his lord w-ith the gold-plated cup and made his plea to be reinstated. Then the vault was riflied, the ring-hoard robbed , and the wretched man had his request granted, his master gaz-ed, his master gazed on that find from the past for the first time .When the dragon awoke , trouble flared again "
I have your back
"The burning one who hunts out barrows' the slick-skinned dragon, threatening the night sky with treamers of fire , people on the farms are in dread of him he is driven to hunt out hoards under ground, to guard heather gold through age-long vigils , thou-gh to little avail."
He gone a great leader !!!
" The veteran king sat down on cliff-top. He wished good luck to the geats who had shared his hearth and his gold. He was sad at heart, unsettled yet ready, sensing his death.His fate hovered near, unknowable bot certain : it would soon claim his coffered soulpart life limb.Before long the princes spirit would spin free from his body"
"The noble son of weohstan saw the king in danger at his side and displayed his inborn bravery and strenght ... Beowulf dealt it a deadly wound. They had killed the enmy, c-ourage qulled his life; that pair of kinsmen , partners in nobility, had destroyed the foe."
" It was hard then on the young hero, having to watch the one he held so dear there on the ground, going through his death agony. The dragon from undereath, his nightmarish destroyer , lay destroyed well , utterly without life... the treasure had been won, be-en bought and paid for by beowulfs death...they extolled his heroic nature and exploits and gave thanks for his greatness ; which proper thing , for a man should praise whom he holds dear and cherish his memory when that moment comes when he has to be con-voyed from his bodily home."