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The Carmayge Dragon ...

A myth submitted to the site by Esther Taylor

Worthing, Yorkshire

Many discraseful years ago an endangerd species lived upon earth. The murdurous and foul-smelling; dragon lived in a abandon stone home located at Yorshire! The dragon was nemed the Carmeyge dragon for some odd reason, many people nodded their heads with a little smirk and arms crossed when the prime minister metiond the name.

A boom and a bang came unexpectingly one, fine but cloudy, day over the town of Boroughbridge! People running. People screaming. The eyes of the dragon were circled with black rings around them, the jaw was open wide ready for a toasted human, and muscily legs making endless cracks in the old wobbly road.

The next day: people chatting, people crying and a little less of poeple laughing? Prime minister banged the hammer on the partly destroyed wooden table. The heads of survived stangers turned to stare at the tired mans face. He shouted angrily at the lowest of many voices saying that he wanted someone really brave to slaughter the dargon.
"Kill the beast to make sure he is extinct for EVER"!Weirdly a small skinnie lad poked his hand up at the front of the crowd. Herryan he was called. No one could beleive that such a small,partly anerexic, lad would do such a thing to a mighty muscily beast like the Charmayge dragon.

Despite the looks of the man he actually went off to destroy the thing! Nobody not even the prime minister thought that he would come back with nither a scratch or bruise. However he had came back all in one peice no broken bones no fractuires or anything!

People begged and bribed to tell them how he had defeated the mighty dragon.Heyyan said he he didnt actually do anything, nothing - all he did was jab him with the tinest of forlks and red hot pearl like blood slutted out everywhere. Maybe there was already a open wound there??The way the dragon died was unquestionable and still appears to be now...

(some minor changes made - The Myths Team)

By Esther Taylor
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Name: Jazzie 19th April 2011
Well the story was great.
I used it to complete my class homework.
I found out lots of different facts about
the Calmayge Dragon.
I'm so glad that it was wrote.
Thank You to Esther Taylor for writing this myth!!!!


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