…………It was so much more windy and unprotected and in his surprise departure he had
left behind his woollies.
He felt in his tunic pocket. Pocket sesame was always to be relied on in an emergency.
Woosh! He touched the concealed jewelled dagger that Aladdin had bequeathed to him
and presto he was walking silently in Precious Boulevard off Sultans row that famous
Turkish road, every cobble of which was either a ruby or an amethyst
Wizards Emergency Taxi service
There were wizards of all races. Chinese, with massive Mandarin hats beautifully
hand painted with peasant scenes. Black and brown wizards from the Ivory Coast and
Delhi. Willy wondered. Until now he’d never realised the immensity of the Wizard
brotherhood. He was frightened at the power it could muster.
‘Come on Willy,’ said Pedro Matadoria from Seville. He wore a red matador cloak.
'We’ve got to be away from the castle environs in ten minutes.’
‘Don’t fuss, Pedro. I have my whistle wand. I’ll be in my canton in Hey Presto seconds.
The invisible flying swans taxi flight will always respond to the whistle wand.’
Pedro laughed. ‘Can they fly to Spain?’
‘No, no. It’s too far. Their wing tanks are juiced for 1000 swan kilometres.
Snuffbox Transport System
But it’s easy if it’s Spain you want. Here, take this gold snuff box.
It belonged to your king Alphonso, sniff and say, ‘VIVA ALPHONSO, VIVA MARIA’.
Open the box when the swan service arrives at the Azores and you’ll be transported
by Eagle Service 10 and bonkerdonk you’ll be in the Madrid Hilton Special Tradesman’s
Willy had been on Cloud 84 which was for Wizard Chess Players.
These were pullman-like trains made of see-through platinum, and inside the trains
were chess rooms. Willie was handicapped 18. There were Wizard Chess Masters who
were virtually unbeatable. Willie had made a daring move. He didn’t want to watch
his opponent’s response and his mind wandered at the moment that Angel Sandy had
tapped violently on the train window, for he was in a desperate plight from the suicide
buffalo’s Magnetic Whirl. Willy had slid the window aside ………….
The Adventures of Willy the Wizard No.1 Livid Land
©1987 Adrian Jacobs ©2008 The Estate of Adrian Jacobs