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A myth submitted to the site by Flo

Uffington, Lincolnshire, England

  • Night

Once upon a time a wizard lived over the earth and had a lamp called the sun.

Every day he would turn the lamp on and every night would close his curtains, so we could see no more of the sun.

One night, several moths flew up to the curtains and were talking to each other.

"Let's eat, I'm hungry!," said one of the moths.

So they all chewed little moth holes in the curtains. And that's why at night we have our stars.

By Flo
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This myth shows that stories don't have to be long to make their point! This is a fun example of a myth to explain why the world is how it is.

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Latest comments:
Name: Rlove 29th December 2015
well,this story is good for my HM but i still don't get how they made it up. How could a person made up a good fake story?
Name: Maria 5th November 2015
I did a similar one
Name: Rimsha 21st October 2013
Nice idea... :)
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