(I was watching movies the other day and got this weird idea. Why not put my two favorite Disney movies together! So here it is. -Alicefan1)
It was a very nice day in Halloweentown. The only thing wrong was that I had a lesson with one of the vampires. I had to wear a purple dress like normal but on top of it I had to wear a black lace apron type thing. I hated it though.
Jack had made me take lesson's to improve my behavior. Yah, like that would happen, but he said if I didn't he would banish me from Halloweentown. The town cat had been following me to my lesson's but I let it come with me.
I had made it to the fountain in the middle of town. I sat on it as the vampire began.
"And had been of late much accustomed to usurpation and conquest. Edwin and Morcar, the earls of Mercia and Northumbria, declared for him. And even Stigand-" I let my foot hang of the edge of the statue. I stoked the cat some more.
"Shock." I looked down. "Hmm?" I sighed. "I'm listening."
"And even Stigand, the Archbishop of Canterbury, agreed to meet with William...and offer him the crown." The cat almost slipped off the fountain. I laughed. "William's conduct was-" I laughed again. "Shock." The vampire grumbled. "Will you please pay attention to your history lesson."
"How can I pay attention when it's a book with no pictures?" I said sarcastically. "There are many good books without pictures." She growled back at me. "Yeah, in the world. But in my world, books would be all pictures." The vampire looked up.
"In your world? Nonsense." The vampire continued the book. "Nonsense? That's it Shade." I picked up the black cat. "If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is. Everything would be what it isn't." The cat looked at me confused.
"And what it is, it wouldn't be. And what it wouldn't be, it would. You see?" The cat meowed. I got off the fountain on the other side so the vampire wouldn't see. "In my world you wouldn't say 'meow.' you'd say. 'Yes, Shock." The cat meowed again and I picked it up. "You'd be just like people and all the other animals, too."
"Why in my world,"
(singing)-Cats and bats would live in horrible little houses. And be dressed in shoes and hats and costumes. In a world of my own. All the pumpkins, would have very special powers. They would sit and talk to me for hours, when I'm lonely. In a world of my own.
There'd be new bugs lots of mean and grumpy How-de-do bugs. Everyone would have a dozen vipers. Within that world of my own. I could listen to children scream and hear a cry that I could understand. I keep wishing, it could be that way. Because my world would be a wonderland...
I touched a mud puddle in the street. Once the ripples cleared I saw the shape of a boy dressed in a black suit. His skin was a pale blue, and he had large rabbit ears. His suit was covered with a bone pattern, and he carried a gold pocket watch.
He began whistling and hopping down the street toward the cemetery. The cat began to meow. "Oh, Shade it's just a boy dressed a rabbit with ears and a watch..." I looked up at the boy.
He looked at his watch. "Oh my! I'm late I'm late I'm late!" He began running faster. I got up after him. "What could he be late for?" I began running after him. "Wait! Sir!"
He looked behind him but kept running. "I'm late! I'm late! For a very important date! No time to say "Hello." Good-bye. I'm late! I'm late! I'm late!" He entered the cemetery and ran past the pumpkins and graves.
I chased after him. "It must be a party." The cat followed after me. "Mr. Rabbit, wait!"
"No, no, no, no, no, no, no. I'm overdue." He held his watch out as he ran. "I'm really in a stew!" He jumped in a grave and back out. "No time to say "Good-bye." Hello! I'm late! I'm late! I'm late!"
And with that he jumped back in the grave. I leaned in. "What a nice place to have a party." The cat tried to walk in. "You know, Shade, we really should..." I crawled my way inside. "After all, we haven't been invited..." I crawled in farther. "And curiosity often leads to troub-!" I fell in side a huge whole. The cat caught itself before it fell.
"Good-bye, Shade! Good-bye-e-e-e!"