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Surface of the magic moon

A myth submitted to the site by Pat Patreeya Teerachotmongkol

The magical moon's surface, Ancient Greece

Once upon a time in Ancient Greece lies the surface of the magical moon. It's pink and purple mist glides over the land. Aphrodite and her her friends lived there. Athena, Artemis and Phresphone. They liked to fly amongst the green trees. Every night they would sit by the side of the stream and have a lovely picnic with hot chocolate.

One day the surface of the moon came alive! Animals of different shapes and sizes came running out of the bushes. Each one brought things that are special like mint grass, glittering milk, seashell delight, jelly jumper and things you could ever imagine! every animal brought a different thing. At last the surface of the magical moon is still alive, well is it?

By Pat Patreeya Teerachotmongkol
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