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St George and the Dragon

A myth submitted to the site by Zeenat

Village, Libya

Long , Long ago in Libya there was a hiddious and harmful dragon which had a green stingly body and leathery wings! Every night it come to look for his prey, if the dragon could not find it he get angry and says ROAR! and then sets fire on a row of houses.

The next day Libya was full of smelly smoke the king had enough of this so he decided to call the wisest man in Libya,his name was Hassan, the king asked Hassan that what does the dragon want, Hassan said that the dragon wants the beautifullest, purest and youngest woman in Libya!The king replied the beautifullest, purest and youngest woman is my daughter, Princess Sabra.

The king went home really upset and did not know who to support, the poor people or my daughter! Again the next day Libya was filled with the dragons smelly smoke. The people begged to the king to save the kingdom by sending his daughter to the dragon, eventually the king had to agree!

In the evening the princess went to the dragon the dragon quickly tied the princess to a wooden stick of bamboo. Just before the dragon could eat he, a knight came in from Africa to feed his horse. As he saw the princess tied up he shouted to the dragon STOP DONT YOU DARE TOUCH HER!

The knight took his sword out and aimed for his heart but fell back down because the dragon was heartless. This time he aimed for the dragons wing, soon the dragon fell down and died. The knight quickly untied the princess and went to the king! The king said, "Ask me any reward you would like." The knight said, "Will you get me married to your beautiful daughter?" Then the king said, "Sure why not a brave strong and handsome man will surely marry my daughter!"
The very next day they got married in a big palace and lived happily ever after!

By Zeenat
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