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Elizabeth and the Phonix

A myth submitted to the site by Polly

London, England

It was London medieval times and the people were not Verry happy. A Phonix was threatening them with his 'dark miracles ' he had turned people into statues , fire , and horses! And now he was planning to destroy London!

Then, one day a young girl named Elizabeth thought: there's no way I'm getting pushed around by that monster I'm gonna defeat him once and for all!

She went round asking the people about the Phonix: " were there any days where he did not come?"
" Evrey day except from the day it rained"

So when the Phonix next showed up she made sure it was on top of the river Thames splash!

She chucked a bucket of water at the Phonix

He flapped and flapped and flapped to try stay up in the air but no avail he fell into the river Thames and moulded away

To this day you might still see some remains of the Phonix in the river Thames

By Polly
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