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The Tale of the White Knight

A myth submitted to the site by Daisy

Clemon, France

Many,many years ago, a young man named Sir White Knight was in his home town, Clemon, when he came across a poster. The poster said that the queen was in need of a special medication. Now this was no medicine that we have today,this was a very rare flower that had not been seen in years. It said that the queen had fallen very ill and could not move or eat and this was a life risking moment for her and she could easily die.

So at that moment Sir White had a idea. He was willing to go out with his battle mates and find the flower but he not only wanted the money to make him rich, he also wanted to save the queen as she had given him medical health when he fell down at battle.

So the next day he and his mates knocked on the castle door and said that he would go and find the flower for the queen. The guards said that if they were to find it they would have to go at sunset so they packed their bags and told their parents that they may not be back for a while. So there they were sitting up proudly on there horses at sun set and they were off,off to find the flower to save the queen. On and on they rode for days and days until finally, there it was - the rarest flower! Carefully Sir White Knight picked the flower and placed it in his pocket. They proudly rode home with broad smiles on their faces until they reached the castle as they could now finally declare that they had found the rare flower for the queen.

Sir White Knight knocked on the door and the guards led him up to the queens bed chamber where she lay dying. Sir White pressed the petals on her forehead and her eyes slowly opened. You are my saviour, she said - and Sir White and his men went down in history as heroes.
The end

By Daisy
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