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A myth submitted to the site by Mariami Umankoshvili

villige, babylon

There once lived a wife and a husband, they had a good life but most of all they wanted a child, they didn't care if the child was a girl or a boy, they just wanted a child. They prayed and prayed to the god and so their prayers were answered! She had a daughter!

But there was something different about the child, she had a tail of a fish and a body of a human, the mother didn't care
she still had a daughter. The mother named the daughter mermaid, she couldn't walk she had to live in the ocean/water.

Mermaid had a daughter, she named her daughter mermaid too. It went on and on like that. This legend is true, don't be disappointed, mermaids are true.

By Mariami Umankoshvili
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Name: Olivia P 23rd April 2013
have you checked on the internet or is that your opinion that mermaids are real
Name: Sarah 18th April 2013
Name: Onedirectionisawesome 18th April 2013
Nice myth. Loved it. Did you ever write one and turn it in to a teacher? If so what did you get on it? I'm asking you this because I have to write one for school.
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