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The Myth of Elie and the Heegle

A myth submitted to the site by Rachel Fisher


Far far away in a desert hot and dry where no water can be found there lives a young girl called Elie Swine and her pet lizard. The lizard was called Chutney he was the colour of the sand so Elie sometimes lost him. Elie had long black hair that blew in the wind and big sereous brown eyes. They lived together in a small cave but got water from the nearest town.

In a deep sandy near there cave there lived a Heegle a huge giant eagle shaped creature the colour of the sand with blood shot eyes. People fear it because he could kick you so you go unconces and when you get up you cant remember anything. But the Heegle loves to feast on travelers that dare to walk across the open plain of Astralia

Very soon Elie and Chutney were on there way to the nearest town to get some water when Elie noticed a braclet shimmering in the light. She picked it up and put it on her wrist it did look magical. Meanwhile she noticed Chutney bouncing up and down on the Heegle like it was a cushion but soon the Heegle started to get up and Chutney pounsed off, he was absoulutly terified of this Heegle. But soon the Heegle started coming towards Elie!!! Elie looked at the Heegle then at the braclet, she pointed the braclet at the Heegle but the Heegle got it in his beack and then suddenly he turned to sand and fell to the ground but the braclet was never found but it did save a lot of people.

By Rachel Fisher
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