This is one of the dew instances where I used a “narrator.” Possibly the only one. But it seemed quick and inobtrusive enough.
Ted is a huge bear. Break the chair and Vachel will come out easily.
@War_Pig, Ha! And what would the poor writer have done with the rest of the week? Written them just relaxing and enjoying the sun? ;-)
that’s funny, I read the “narration” as Vachel’s voice or his thoughts over the view inside the cave, as if repeating (ominously?) the end of Blake’s sentence. :)
@SrPilha, um, yes! That’s it. Of course. I intended exactly that. ;-)
Narrator? I actually read it more as: “the words echoed in Vatchel’s mind: ‘Back… at… the… cave….’ Noooooo!”
Oh, I didn’t see Pilha’s comment
@ War Pig: I have the feeling that, in Ted’s paws, Vachel would break long before the chair would…
I know, but sometimes the math major in me just cannot suspend enough belief to let some things pass. Talking, intelligent animals? Sure. Flying bears? Not a problem. Melancholy vultures? Natch. Lost key with a wooden chair and a massively strong bear who could shatter the legs of the chair and extract Vachel safely from beneath, or simply pull the chains apart? I just can’t stand it. Too many disbeliefs in a row. My brain aches.
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