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Amelia and the Gorgon

A myth submitted to the site by Karolina

Long ago in ancient Rome, there was a strong lady called Amelia. She had lovely, green and beautiful eyes. Also, she had bright brown hair. When men came past her, they gave her a rose.

Unfortunately, there came a problem. There was a horrible monster called Sucker. He lived in a dark empty cave called
Darkable. It was a dark cave.

Amelia set off on a journey to find Pluto and ask for help.

Amelia went through the crashing icy path but then…there came
a monster that grabbed her into his icy cave. She had no one to talk to but then she turned around and she saw a door that
shone like gold. She slid her hand through and the gold door opened.

When Amelia got to Pluto she asked him for help.
“Please help me. You are the only person.” mumbled Amelia. “Calm down, I will help you but I don’t know what for.”
“Well there is an enormous monster, it is very crasy! I don’t know what to do!”
“Well what do you want from me help or what? What kind of help?” yelled Pluto the god of death.

When Amelia got to Pluto, Pluto gave her some potion
that he was sure that would kill the Gorgan. When Amelia
dashed into the cave and she saw the gorgon, she grabbed the shield and sword. She crept onto the Gorgon and she sprinkled the potion on the gorgon and….STABBED! Suddenly, the gorgon died. The Gorgon’s poisonous blood went out of his heart and he fell into pieces.

By Karolina

By Karolina
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