By: Veronica Zamora
Prof. Adrianna Torres
English 12 B
Beowulf's last words
Raar!... Raaar... *dies*
Battle against the Dragon
Wiglaf: Oh Beowulf after us finally defeating the dragon I can see your wound is mortal!
Beowulf: Yes Wiglaf, my days on this Earth have come to an end. If only I had a son to be my heir...
After 50 winters wearing this crown, not a sole has threatened or harmed the Geats. I can leave this life peacefully as a dove.
Beowulf begging for Wiglaf's help
Wiglaf I beg of you! Please go find the dragon's treasure that is now ours. I will die softer if I get one last chance to see the prizes I risked my life for.
Aha! The dragon's treasure!... A golden banner! I hope I can get back to Beowulf in time!
Wiglaf at the Dragon's layer
For this gold I thank Our Father in Heaven. he has allowed me to serve my people right. Wiglaf. Lead my people, take my fortune, my necklace, and helmet . After all, your the last one left of our far-flung family. Let the Geats build me a tomb on a tower were sailors passing by can be reminded of me. *Dies*
The dragon's death decides your destiny!, so now you show your faces! You men with no courage need to here what a truthful one has to say: When your lord faced death you ran away like cowards and traitors. Now the glorious days are over!
When the brave Geats here how you ran none of you will have anything left but your lives. You are all better off with death than a life full of disgrace! Now Leave!