Myths and Legends

Myths and Legends website published by E2BN
HomeAbout this website
Create your ownTeachers
Please help us keep Myths and Legends Working. We need your help. This free website urgently needs updating so it will continue to work... we are crowdfunding to raise money for the update. Please support Myths...

Morena and the Square Sun.

Greece, Crete

A long, long time ago, (and I am talking a REALLY long time ago!) there was an old couple. They lived in a beautiful valley called Famalia, full of growing flowers, a vast amount of land, their own servants.... oh they had so many things that it is too hard to list all of them! Anyway, they were obviously very rich. But there was one thing that they loved the most, and it was their daughter, Morena. She was the prettiest, most elegant girl the valley's inhabitants had ever seen. Also, she was very courageous and kind.

Morena had been working on inventions for as long as she could remember. She had been working on a device called 'The Squarinator' It could change anything in any shape to a square! Morena was very proud of her inventions, and so was her parents.

One day, she decided to test out her invention. But she wanted to test it out on something absolutely extreme. She wanted to test it out on the sun! Obviously, once the ray would have shot the sun, it would have changed the shape into a square. So she started to pull the lever to shoot the ray at the sun. Seconds came by, and in one quick second, Morena pulled the lever as hard as she could, and the blue ray shot into the sky like a rocket! Morena saw a blinding flash, and suddenly, the sun was no longer a circle, but it was a triangular prism! Morena was angry, and felt as if all of her hard work was flushed down the toilet. She was about to become the first Ancient Greek to become a real inventor, because no one had ever done it before!

The moral of this story is not to work too hard, and to do something you can handle!

Rate this Story
Give this story 5 starsGive this story 5 starsGive this story 5 starsGive this story 5 starsGive this story 5 stars
Give this story 4 starsGive this story 4 starsGive this story 4 starsGive this story 4 stars
Give this story 3 starsGive this story 3 starsGive this story 3 stars
Give this story 2 starsGive this story 2 stars
Give this story 1 star
20 people have rated this story so far:
Overall Score: 4/5
Rated by 20 peopleRated by 20 peopleRated by 20 peopleRated by 20 people
Showcase voting:
If you think this story is one which should go in the Myths and Legends showcase, click "Yes"

Your comments

Top of this page Copyright © E2BN 2006 | Contact Us | Accessibility | T&C
Create your own Myths and Legends
E2B® and E2BN® are registered trade marks and trading names of East of England Broadband Network (Company Registration No. 04649057)