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Poisonous Breath

A myth submitted to the site by Ishrat

City, London

There was a dragon but not an ordinary one this one could turn its self into a person that lets out water. But the dragon kept it a secret with a little girl called Sophie. Sophie never went to the dragon because he had poisoness breath which can kill her. Her family all died because of the dragon.

One day when Sophie was old, a young man named Sir Muss
went looking for the dragon because the dragon caused to much trouble!

Sir Muss hid behind a rock so the dragon does not kill him. The dragon came to rest, suddenly Sir Muss came out and killed the dragon and when the dragon had his last breath everyone who wanted to kill him died for some reason.

So when you see a dragon you better be nice to it.

By Ishrat
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Name: Solomon 3rd February 2013
i like it
Name: Shannon 2nd February 2013
I think your mind is full of good ideas but I think your stories should go further and maybe something happened to Sophie or something happened to the dragon before he died I think your story is a bit bad and I have given you 1 rating so I can push you and soon i will be given you 5 stars
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