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The Minotaur and his Boy

A myth submitted to the site by Ameerah

Ilford, United Kingdom

One day there was a fierce and mighty king called Anadus. But sadly he was killed by the blood thirsty Minotaur as he went for food for him. But his son, who was myas,wanted to be just like him so the people had a rightful king. But just before he died he had a boy.

The young monster was trained to work as one of the castle guards. The Minotaur worked for the king so hard in order to earn a golden prize. Whilst he was working a big puffy guard came and said''the king will see you now''. Sadly he said you have to go on a quest far away. I have just heard that my brother in Agenia is in trouble. A great beast that has three heads has entered my brother's castle and is attacking.

So took took some wings and attached them on his body. Nervously, he took off. Slowly he landed and started to search for the wild, flesh eating creature. Finally he came face to face with the beast. The Minotaur ripped deeply into his soft tender flesh. The animal bit into to it's neck. Violently the Minotaur dug it's nails into it's heart. The battle was won!

The Minotaur flew back home and celebrated. The king gave him his prize and he became a prince.The end

By Ameerah
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