Vrbička had wildly disheveled hair instead of his usual hat, and the biggest toad they had ever seen sat behind his ear.
“Willow, what did you do?”
“Brekeke, brekekeke, well, you know, I want Reed to, well, not regret being a savage, brekekee.”
“Well, you gave it to me, you’re probably scared,” laughed Ramlík, but Tydlík patted Vrbička friendly on the shoulder and they left.
The trip to Pežgov Forest was long, but the three, Tydlík, Vrbička and Ramlík, shortened it by arguing which of them would deal with the fairy Lesana and where they would look for her. As soon as they reached Šenov’s gamekeeper’s lodge, they sat down and Vrbička lit his magic pipe.
“Brekekeke, brekekeke, so I think the savages are going to dance in this gambling house today, there will be a hunt soon and the hunters must prepare for it, brekekeke.”
To four oaks, three willows, under a green roof – chapter 13.
“Let’s wait, well,” Tydlík said, placing a linen bag of golden fern next to each other and reaching into the fragrant moss for a tall, sturdy tree, for they soon heard voices: “You are a griffin,” whispered the voice of the boy nearby.
All three smiled and didn’t even notice that, very quietly, a boar crept up on them.
Bristles and quite calmly arranged a golden fern with a canvas bag.
“You come, brekeke,” he said, but it was quite late and pointless, Aquarius Vrbička.
“And so you gave him Szczecin, do you even know what you ate for us?”
“Chro, chro, chro,” growled the Szczecin boar menacingly, “it was small and it tasted very strange!”
“Brekekeke,” Vrbička said almost in tears. “It was a golden fern that freed Rákosnička that made the fairy Lesana and the evil boatman Waserman savages, you know,” Tydlík added sadly.
To four oaks, three willows, under a green roof – Chapter 12.
Ramlík spread his menacingly with his shovel, but he knew very well that neither he nor anyone else could do anything against the Szczecin boar. When a poacher shot me in the leg recently, she pulled out a healing herb from under her skirt and look, I already have a healthy leg,” Boar Štětina said, and finally added: “ You know what, I’ll help you. “
“You,” the boar pointed to Vrbička, “sit on me and hold on tight and you two,” he pointed to Tydlík and Ramlík, “hurry up here, at the pond, when the savages are dancing, you must do a confusion to the edge of the road. Then I will run there, here Vrbička will sit him in front of me and I will take them to the power of the fairy Lesana. “
Everyone smiled in agreement, Vrbička’s toad hid even more in her disheveled hair, and as if by magic command, a silver moon swayed in the sky.
Tydlík and Ramlík went to a nearby pond and wondered what they would do when Ramlík reached into his pocket and showed Tydlík a handful of beautiful glittering stones.
“Miner Ruda found them in his gallery, so I hid some too, they might come in handy.”
And yes. They managed to do this, throwing all the sparkling stones around the pond and hiding in the reeds. Then the savages danced, and as one of them stepped on a glittering stone, they began to gather them together. A single savage stood sadly nearby, and a nearby fern, where Tydlík and Ramlík were hiding.
To four oaks, three willows, under a green roof – Chapter 11.
“Rákosnička, Rákosnička, here, well, here we are. Rákosnička looked around, then saw them and whispered softly, “Flee, the fairy Lesana will come to the deer in a moment and she will surely punish you for your audacity.” “Tydlík and Ramlík said almost simultaneously: ‘Hurry up, run to the edge of the path, there is no time to waste,’ added Tydlík, who has seen the fairy Lesana before come from the edge of the forest on a beautiful deer.
And so, while the other savages rejoiced at the glittering stones, Rákosnička danced on the edge of the path, where Vrbička and Štětina awaited him.
“What happened to you, my dear man,” said Rákosnička, who was very beautiful even as a savage.
“Chro, chro, chro, we don’t have time to talk,” growled Szczecin, and Vrbička had already seen a deer and Lesana around the bend.
Vrbička sat Rákosnička in front of him and the boar leaped forward. But the fairy Lesana saw it all and urged the deer to catch up with the boar. She could see that one of her savages was sitting on her back with the thundering hastrman who had stolen a golden drum from one of her fairies, as well as the lesser elf. Luckily, Tydlík and Ramlík managed to lay a giant branch in the middle of the road, and the deer stopped in front of her so he wouldn’t accidentally knock his mistress off her back.
To four oaks, three willows, under a green roof – chapter 10.
The boar Štětina with Vrbička and Rákosnička was already far away, where the fairy Lesana does not reach much, and even Tydlík and Ramlík did not wait for anything and ran away as fast as their legs could. Even from a distance they could see the lightning above the pond, and the fairy Lesana was angry with her savages for letting one of them escape. .
“Brekeke, brekeke, Rákosnička, will you marry me? The boatman Vrbička finally dared to ask.
“I would love to,” the fairy said, tossing her hair, twisting three times and looking as beautiful as before. Vrbička also adapted, unleashed the toad and invited Rákosnička to his home, hiding in the reeds at the edge of the Kačok pond. Tydlík and Ramlík greeted them happily and were happy that everything went well.
In the next part, you will learn what marriage was almost like. So don’t forget, tomorrow you can read another story about Tydlík with the kids on our website!
Mrs. Žofie Zejdová from Šenov sent us a fairy tale for her books “To four oaks, three willows, under a green roof” to our special Write Fairy Tales. “The main thing is that the children like it! I send a photo with Tydlifon, who had no choice but to greet you in person. Tydlík is also very worried and said to me: “Well, so that the ghost and everyone who reads this thing can understand what Ferd z Juzkym has done, because we will no longer understand the same thing as our shunov gizdi.” So I reassured him that everyone would surely understand the two or three sentences of our Šenov dialect,” said Žofie Zejdová.