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The Voice from Beyond

A myth submitted to the site by Merliah

Peterborough, England

Far, far away there lived a man and his daughter. One day they went to the beach. The girl Merliah was a good surfer. She had won lots of trophies and medals for surfing. She was the queen of the waves.

One sunny afternoon, she went out surfing and found an island not far from the shore. She felt curious and wondered around. She found a sea cave and went inside. She found a treasure map and dug up the treasure. All that was in the chest was a magic mirror. She took it home.

When they got back from the holiday she took out the mirror and smiled into it. Suddenly, she heard a voice. it came from the mirror. It said,"you are the mermaid princess of oceana and must come and save us." She got scared and felt worried so she through away the mirror and it broke.

When it broke the ocean felt sad and turned blue. That is why the sea is blue.

By Merliah
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Name: Kzinc 25th February 2013
I think it is a good story, and it doese seem true. But I don\\\\\\\'t realy agree that there was a girl that found a sea cave and found a treasure.but then again I realy have no clue at all.
Name: Lol Is #1 11th February 2013
I absolutely loved it and you are right the myth is true
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