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The Monster of Sumer

A myth submitted to the site by Yash Shingade

Mesopotamia ,Sumer, Iraq

There was once a hero. His name was Ozeus. One day he had walked to the forest of Sumer. He saw a bird in the sky , it is going to land on the river bank, he said. But when it was near to the the ground, He was suprised, it was a dragon. Not just any dragon, it was the Monster for Uruk.His magic made the river flow in a different direction.

Ozeus shouted, I will defeat it, not for me, for the people of Sumer. Ozeus used his power on the dragon, he ran to him and used his magic to picked him up and throwed him in the river. Ozeus thought that he might have died,and walked away, but suddenly the trees of the forest started vibrating, he wondered what was it. Suddenly came up a face with red eyes, and a body with two large wings and a long neck. It was the dragon! He shouted in terror. He took out his sword and stabbed him in the stommach, finally he killed the dragon and brought it back to Sumer.

The hero was cheered by the people of Sumer.And in the end he became a king.


By Yash Shingade
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Name: Reese Jackson 23rd April 2013
I thort the description of the dragon was good.I would of liked a bit more description on how the dragon got kiled.
Name: Mk 26th March 2013
Good but short it would do if it was long with more actio but it is awsome
Name: Henry 14th March 2013
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