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How the Rainbow Came To Be

A myth submitted to the site by Courtneyconvery5

Jarrow, United Kingdom

Long ago when the world was made of just day. There were seven children, each of them wore clothes so people knew who they were. Ruby was red, Yasmine was yellow, petunia was pink, George was green, Paul was purple, Olivia was orange and Brandon was blue.

One day they decided to get back on the evil witch by knocking on her door and running away; however the witch was wise and before the children came she put a spell on the floor. This meant when the children knocked on the door and tried to run away they would be stuck. The children came and knocked on the door and just like the witch said they were stuck.

The witch thought that the children deserved to be punished and with a swish of her wand sent the children up in to the sky which is where they are today. They are the rainbow.

By Courtneyconvery5
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Name: Riana 28th October 2014
It's a very creative story, but it could use more detail.
Name: Ange 21st May 2013
cool...

p.s. i love the name yasmine and also ruby and if they were just kids, not colours, there could have been 1 called Jasmine cos thats a nice name 2.
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