Bandersnatch/pensive

The bandersnatch had become pensive and somewhat melancholy in his old age, dwelling on his life’s one regret: never following his dream of becoming a marine biologist at Sea World.
-Gladys Potter

Frankie’s day-long woolgathering of the world’s biggest donut left him in a calm and pensive mood, until Lewis Carroll’s famed and feared creature, the Bandersnatch, mugged Frankie at gunpoint on his walk home from school.

–Cindy Capleton 

The bandersnatch sat and gazed at the wall in what appeared to be a pensive state, but upon closer inspection I realized it was just looking at one of those abstract pictures trying to see the pirate ship that everyone claimed popped out if you looked at it long enough.
~Lady Schwartz

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One Response to Bandersnatch/pensive

  1. wrightless smalls says:

    I came upon a gaggle of eunichs stationed outside the Valiant’s castle; they looked somewhat serene-almost pensive even-but I knew better than to underestimate the rage hidden beneath their wistful smiles and deflated codpieces; I stormed the entry like a bandersnatch in aims of breaking through the ballless guards and freeing the Princess Berman from her impending doom.

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