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Myla, The Magic Girl

A myth submitted to the site by Anastasia

Nenudusia, The Lost Land., Cannot Say.

In a place far, far away, in a kingdom in a land far from here, magic was stolen from its kingdom. This happened when the year was 2001 and millions of children on earth started their lives. One child, with a mass of curly, black hair and beautiful brown eyes was one of those children. She was called Myla. The same day the magic was stolen, Myla was sighted by the thieves.

Myla was magic too, and very beautiful. The thieves considered stealing the girl too and seeing as the thieves had magic, they had the ability to become invisible. So, invisible as they were doing it, the thieves also stole the baby girl.

However, the queen of the world was not having this. She caught the thieves and told them to put the child back to where they found her. But they wouldn't. And when the queen tried to take the baby and the magic from them - to put back to where they were found - they let go of the magic and let it pour down onto the baby.

Young Myla was sparkling. Her hair shone, her skin shone and everything shone. The baby was shining with magic.

The queen took Myla from the thieves (before summoning guards and letting them take the thieves away) and put her back where they found her. But she knew that the child would be in danger. She also knew that Myla was destined for great things that even her parents knew not about. So she knew that Myla wouldn't know too.

Myla is now 11. She still has no idea about magic and how special she is.
Can you find her and tell her?

By Anastasia
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Name: Sammysamsam Samwise Samuels 28th February 2016
This story was really cool but I think it would be better if you used more description that way it would be longer and by being longer, it will intrigue the reader more.

Sammysamsam Samwise Samuels aged 13.
Name: Keerthiga.l 9th November 2015
nice i like the story
Name: Eva 11th December 2012
exellent idea im impressed aged 14
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