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The Legend Of Granny.

A myth submitted to the site by Ema Nira

Forest, Bangladesh

Long time ago, in a far away forest, lived an old Granny in a brown straw cottage. She has lived in the cottage for many years and loved her cottage and the animals around the forest dearly. She was wearing a bright yellow dress with beautiful red roses in her hair. Her shoes were pink and her hair was tied in a bun.

Every day she went out in the forest near a stream to see the water gushing down and rocks flowing with the pace of the water. As she slowly walked to the stream she saw a beautiful golden bracelet that had been placed on a big rock near the stream. She picked it up and wore it on her wrist. It sparkled as it gleamed and shimmered in the sun. The bracelet had a small diamond in it. It was red as ruby.

She glanced at the stream but heard a rather fearsome loud noise. She wonders what that could be and stood up from where she was sitting. She heard it close. She looked all around her but could not see who was making the sound. Then as she muttered to herself, she saw a figure in the shadow. She jumped and yelled but the noise was coming closer and the dark figure in the shadows was getting bigger and bigger. She moved a few steps back. Then ......... she saw a black stripy orange tiger.

She screamed as she ran quickly and fast as she could to her cottage. The tiger was too fast and nearly caught her. She screamed as the whole animals in the forest heard. They awoke and chased the tiger out of the forest. She was relieved that the tiger was finally gone and she never would go to the stream ever again.......
Well, that’s what we think. What do you think?

By Ema Nira
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