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The Myth of Rose

A myth submitted to the site by Angela Lee


Long long time ago and far away, there’s a beautiful fairy called Rose. She had a head of red hair and a pair of blond eyes. Every man who had seen her, he would suddenly fell in love with her, however, she was a lady who hated male, so she never accept one’s love.

One day, when she was hiding in the forest so that those crazy suitors wouldn’t find her, she fell asleep. In her dream, she dreamed that she was in a extensive forest. The strange thing was: everything near her was seemed so huge. For instance: the tree near her was so tall that she couldn’t see clearly. When she wanted to move, she found that she couldn’t even move a step. Then, she saw that there was a lake near her. Suddenly, she was shocked by seeing herself was not a human being, she was a flower! Although she was astonished that she was not a human being, she loved her new style. She had many red petals to form the main flower part. The most special thing is that she had so many thorns near her body so that if someone wanted to pick it up, he would hurt his finger.

Suddenly, she was waked up by the noises – those suitor had found her! In order to break away these people, she turned herself in to the flower that she was in her dream. Those suitor who saw this happened, became very upset. In order to commemorate this beautiful fairy, they gave this flower the name “Rose”.

By Angela Lee
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