Tuesday, April 15, 2014

M is for Mufasa

Mufasa is a very big and powerful male lion. He is the father of Simba. Mufasa has a yellowish fur coat that he apparently inherited from his father. He is known as the “Lion King.”

Mufasa is very strong and has large powerful body. He has a very thick mane. He is very skilled in fighting.

Mufasa appears to be very brave. He is a natural leader. He seems to be very “at home” in his own skin. He portrays a very courageous yet cool and calm demeanor. Mufasa has a temper when riled. He can become very angry.

Mufasa seems to be somewhat philosophical. He once quipped to his son Simba when speaking of bravery:

“I’m only brave when I have to be. Simba, being brave doesn’t mean you go looking for trouble.”

Mufasa died while saving Simba during a stampede caused by hyenas under Mufasa’s brother Scar’s orders. Mufasa is forced off a cliff and was violently trampled.

After Mufasa’s death, Scar is made King over Pride Rock and exiles Simba from home. After suffering from intense guilt while exiled Mufasa reappears to Simba. He commands Simba to return home where Simba confronts his uncle Scar. 


2 comments:

Welcome to my world of verse. said...

Great "M" post Gregg. good to read.
Yvonne.

Scott said...

And as the hyenas said, it's just a fun name to say! Gives you chills. Mufaa-saaaa!