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The Young Boy and the Dragon

A myth submitted to the site by Muhammad

Snowdonia, Wales

Long long ago in the village of Snowdonia lived a local young boy called Augustus. As he was walking he saw a gathering near a important grave. Soon after he went near the important grave as well, but everyone were thinking about this boy and where he came from.
One man asked ' who are you young boy.'
The young boy did not reply. As he was near the grave he spotted a dragon ruining the village, so the young boy asked ' is that your village.'
The gathering replied ' yes why?.' The boy went back to his house. As he was going to his house the gathering also went to their own house.

As the gathering reached they were filled with remorse and was shock because the dragon ruined their village. so everyone who lived in the village was throwing water on the houses, but it couldn't work. 10 minutes later the young boy came to the ruined village and was also filled with remorse as well.
So the young boy asked 'shall I help you to defeat the dragon.'
The man asked 'you can't kill the dragon young boy.' The gathering did not have faith in the young boy and the young boy came with a idea.

So he went to his house and went to his room and started planning to defeat the dragon. The young boy could not sleep the whole night because he was busy planning for his mission. As the sun raised the boy came outside and went to the ruined village.
The boy asked the dragon 'stop right now.' The dragon immediately, stopped and the boy said "there is water over there." As the dragon went to have a drink of water the boy killed the dragon. So the village people were very proud of Augustus and the people lived happily ever after.

By Muhammad
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