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The Serpent and Colmonderly

A myth submitted to the site by Lewis Emery-Jones

Worcestershire, England

One day in a dark gloomy forest there lived giant serpent. The serpent was red all over and white teeth as sharp as you have never seen before. The serpent’s breath turned everyone into monkeys!

Once a man came to the forest because he heard about the serpent. His name was Colmonderly and he had a knife in his boot and an axe in his hand. He had dark brown hair and dark black boots with golden buckles.

One day again the giant serpent came and turned people, families and warriors into monkeys. Colmonderly bravely offered to sleep outside for the serpent to come. Once again the serpent came but this time the serpent felt a tug on his end. It was one of Colmonderlys warriors but he died because he did not have the serpents head so it turned and killed him. Then Colmonderly came rushing in to see his best warrior dead.

At night the giant serpent came again but it was outside this time. This time the giant serpent went for Colmonderly and the serpent strike and it hit him and turned him into a monkey. But he still had his axe in his hand and he killed the serpent but the serpent killed Colmonderly as well.

By Lewis Emery-Jones
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