alchemist comic part 2


More Options: Make a Folding Card

Storyboard Description

This storyboard does not have a description.

Storyboard Text

  • On the third day, the boy took the chief and his officers to the cliff where he had been on the previous day. He told them all to be seated.
  • It's going to take a while.
  • The boy looked out on the horizon as the desert spoke to him.
  • We're in no hurry. We are men of the desert.
  • What do you want here today? Didn't you spend enough time looking out here yesterday.
  • I'll give you my sands to help the wind to blow, but, alone, I can't do anything. You have to ask for help from the wind.
  • What is love?
  • Love is the falcon's flight over your sands. Because for him, you are a green field, from which he always returns with game. He knows your rocks, your dunes, and mountains, and you are generous to him.
  • Somewhere you are holding the person I love. I need your help so that I can turn myself into the wind.
  • The wind blew with all its strength and the sky was filled with sand. The sun was turned into a golden disk.
  • You can't be the wind. We're too very different things.
  • But people can't turn themselves into the wind.
  • Who taught you to speak the language of the wind?
  • Maybe it's better to ask heaven.
  • That's not true. I learned the alchemists secrets in my travels. I have everything inside me.
  • Just teach me to be the wind for a few moments.
  • Well then, help me do that.
  • My heart.
  • Speak to the hand who wrote it all.
  • Nature knows me as the wisest being but I don't know how to turn myself into the wind.
  • So what do you want of me?
  • I want you to help me turn myself into the wind.
  • Then, whom should I ask?
  • The boy reached through to the Soul of the World and saw that it was a part of the Soul of God. And he saw that the Soul of God was his own soul. And that he, a boy, could perform miracles.
  • The wind blew that day as it had never blown before. The Arabs would remember the legend of a boy destroying a military camp for generations.
  • The boy turned to the hand that wrote it all. As he did so, he sensed that the universe had fallen silent, and he dared not to speak.
  • The following day, the general bade the boy and the alchemist farewell, and provided them an escort party to accompany them as far as they chose.
  • Santiago could now go fulfill his Personal Legend by reaching his treasure.
More Storyboards By eamon99
Explore Our Articles and Examples

Try Our Other Websites!

Photos for Class – Search for School-Safe, Creative Commons Photos (It Even Cites for You!)
Quick Rubric – Easily Make and Share Great-Looking Rubrics
abcBABYart – Create Custom Nursery Art