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The Legend of Kipi Kipi island

A myth submitted to the site by Karlien Badenhorst


There once lived a man named Jacco and Milinda. When they were young they were separated by their parents ate the age 3-4 years old.They met each other on an island called Kipi Kipi. There was a legend of this island that every 5 years the volcano of island Kipi Kipi will erupt but if a baby was born the day of the eruption the lava will turn into yellow liquid and when the yellow liquid drys it turns to gold.

5 Years later.

Jacco had a job as a fisherman and Milinda owned her own clothing store named KOLO KOLO. Milinda was preganant with a baby girl.

"Ahh!
Whats happening?"
Milinda called Jacco.
" Whats happening" "Milinda get out of there the volcano is erupting!" Jacco yelled.
" Ok. Ahh!"
"Whats wrong?"
" The baby's coming!"
"Not Now!"
"Yes Now!"


1 minute Later

Its a new born baby girl. The Volcano of mount Kipi Kipi didn't erupt but as the lava was drying it has turned into gold.

The End.

By Karlien Badenhorst
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Name: Hannah 11th June 2013
I loved this story; nice.
Name: Caroline 26th May 2013
KARLIEN!!!
that was an amazing story
I remember you last year writing it
;) nice
Name: KARLIEN 22nd May 2013
I loved this it was amazing
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