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Surface of the Magical Moon

A myth submitted to the site by Patreeya Teerachotmognkol

Ancient Greece, Thaiand

Once upon a time, in Ancient Greece, lies the surface of the magical moon. Its pink and purple mist sways around the surface. Aphrodite and her three friends live there. They love to fly through the green trees. Every night, they would sit by the stream and have a lovely picnic with creamy hot chocolate. One day, lots of animal sprang out of the mint bushes. Each animal brought mysterious candy each different from another. They brought pepper mint, snow chocolate, pepper poppy and things you could ever wish for. They had a lovely time together on the surface of the magical moon.

One day, a swirling twister with black and white stripes whipped across the land. The four friends bravely jumped into the twister to explore. Once they were in a twister, everything vanish into sight. The magic moon started to disappear! The purple and pink mist started to fade and black and gray mist surrounded the moon instead. Now, the four friends were lost and puzzled in the cruel world. After ten thousand years past, the four friends finally discovered the secret to free the evil spell. Then, they had to go on a risky and dangerous journey to find the golden apple.

Once they were set, they went searching for the golden apple. The legend said that the golden apple lies between the nine head hydra and the lion. Once they found the hydra the hydra was fast asleep. They quickly crept past the hydra and grabbed it! After they got the golden apple, the hydra awoke. The girls quickly hid the apple and started humming a tune to make the hydra go to continue on his slumber and he did. They got the golden apple and planted it. It grew and the surface appeared again! They lived happily ever after.

By Patreeya Teerachotmognkol
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