Myths and Legends

Myths and Legends website published by E2BN
HomeAbout this website
Create your ownTeachers

Blurius and His Beautiful Wife

A myth submitted to the site by Mara Cristiano

Athens, Greece

One day there was a person called Blurius who has a beautiful wife. She been kidnapped by the evil god Heldles the evil. God had taken the beautiful wife who Blurius was proud of.

Blurius saved her because he loves her. As soon as Blurius goes in they have a huge fight over the beautiful lady called Hicina who was kind and nice to everyone in the world. She was clever and did not accept a unicorn as a gift.

Blurius was so happy to have his wife. Blurius missed his wife. He hoped she would not accept the gift from the god in the village. Blurius was very proud of his wife and he was happy that she was ok. ”I am happy that you will be with me all the time. We will never be happy if the god comes back.

The god left them in peace.

By Mara Cristiano
Rate this Story
Give this story 5 starsGive this story 5 starsGive this story 5 starsGive this story 5 starsGive this story 5 stars
Give this story 4 starsGive this story 4 starsGive this story 4 starsGive this story 4 stars
Give this story 3 starsGive this story 3 starsGive this story 3 stars
Give this story 2 starsGive this story 2 stars
Give this story 1 star
8 people have rated this story so far:
Overall Score: 4/5
Rated by 8 peopleRated by 8 peopleRated by 8 peopleRated by 8 people
Showcase voting:
If you think this story is one which should go in the Myths and Legends showcase, click "Yes"

Your comments

Add your commentsThere are 4 comments for this story.

Latest comments:
Name: Reah 13th September 2012
i like myths leghans because its greatly brilliant
Name: Kelsey 13th September 2012
i like myths and legends becauase its greatly brilliant
Name: Mini M 3rd September 2012
it was short the complication was right at the start and it had bad puncuation. But if u were five it would have been a great story oh and if you were five forget about the things i said
View all 4 comments, or Add a comment


Please be polite, this is an educational site and we will not publish bad language. We don't mind you saying you don't like something, but please explain why, and please do not be rude.

Thank you. The Myths and Legends Team.

Fields marked in Bold Red with a * are required fields.

Name:
*
Email:

Comments:
*


Security Code (from the box above):


Top of this page Copyright © E2BN 2006 | Contact Us | Accessibility
Create your own Myths and Legends
E2B® and E2BN® are registered trade marks and trading names of East of England Broadband Network (Company Registration No. 04649057)