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Thank you for contributing part seven, Anna!
Lord Logenburt Part Seven
By Anna Kaling
The Lord Logenburts past were responsible for the dragon problem, at least in some abstract way, and Lord Logenburt present could put an end to it.
He decided on several courses of action at once, and his body twitched as it tried to move in all directions. Half of him reached for the crumpled leathery creature, with vague ideas of strangling it before it started baying for blood. The other half turned to crush the remaining eggs before he had to learn the collective noun for baby dragons. The third half—the part that was terrible at maths—headed for the door to get help.
He unbalanced, and performed an ungainly pirouette to right himself. He scolded himself to think things through and act logically.
But then the dragon lurched onto all fours and started crawling rapidly…
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