Here is one of my entries!
Unsuspecting of the danger lurking in the twinkling gloom of the Christmas lights, the ornaments of Christmastree slumbered in their branches. One lone ornament stood guard, Sock Monkey.
Without warning, Catzilla attacked. He wrecked the balls. The shiny globes shattered on the floor. He swatted snowflakes while gnawing an antler. Green needles rained down.
Monkey snatched a candy cane and leapt to the floor. He faced the feline. Catzilla’s tail flicked once…twice. Then he pounced.
Monkey dodged then jabbed with his sword. Hissing, Catzilla batted it away. Monkey recovered. His weapon whistled through the air as he drove Catzilla back…back…and into the strand of lights. The cord tangled around her paw. She yanked. The lights flickered out. An ornament screamed.
Someone yelled, “Where’s Rudolph when you need him?!”
“Fear Not!” Monkey called. “I’ll make our night merry and bright.”
Dropping his sword, Monkey grappled along the cord until he reached its end. He hoisted the plug into the outlet. The room flooded with light and cheers.
“Oh snow!” gasped Frosty, “Catzilla, behind you!”
Monkey reached for his sword, but grasped empty air. Weaponless, he dashed for the safety of the tree. Catzilla’s breath heated Monkey’s neck. Just when it looked like he was catnip, nutcracker tossed out a strand of tinsel. Monkey grabbed hold and swung into the branches. Catzilla slid past and crashed into the tree. Spitting pine needles, he slunk away.
Monkey returned to his guard post. “Until we meet again, Catzilla. Until we meet again.”