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The Leopard Gecko Who Accepted

A myth submitted to the site by Liam

little paxton , united kingdom

Once upon a time lived a leopard gecko that wanted to be loved for who he is not some one he is not. He travelled to the village of Ginta and people there just ran and set fire to the town to get rid of him. One day he was not going to back away until they saw a kind hearted gecko.

He travelled to the Ginta that morning. He arrived and pitch forks, fires and more all came out and pointed straight at him.
He screamed at the top of his lungs "I JUST WANT TO BE LOVED BY PEOPLE WHO CARE."
Everyone stopped.
A little girl came out from the crowd "WE SHOULD LOVE THIS GECKO SINCE HE IS WELL REPTILLIAN AND WILL ONLY EVER LOVE US BUT WE HAVE BEEN SO MEAN."

The whole village agreed and the gecko never was lonely even though he was 10ft long and ate loudly, the village loved him.

One night the gecko was in his underground hut that the village had made him and he said "EVEN IF THEY HATE YOU AT FIRST JUST REMEMBER THAT THERE ARE EITHER PEOPLE WHO DO LOVE YOU OR PEOPLE WHO WILL SOON REALISE."
The gecko lived the rest of his life with the village of Ginta.






And the moral of this story is there are always people for you or some one that liked you for you not for what you own or something you have.

BY LIAM HICKS

By Liam
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