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Kaliseus and the Trashula

A myth submitted to the site by Kalisha Reynolds

Guernsey, Guernsey

Many centuries ago lived Kaliseus, he was a hero. He had a super power of turning ogres into people. Kaliseus had a mother called Princess Jadeia,he had a father called hades. He had a magic wand but he stole it from an evil villain that he had killed.

One day Trashula the evil monster appeared. He had a head of a shark and a body of a tarantula. He had a special power of changing people into ghosts and he lives in a sewage castle. The only cure to turn back into your usual self is to kill Trashula. Kaliseus screamed and shouted but no one came. All Trashula wanted was the magic wand off of Kaliseus so he could take over the world! Later that day in a deep dark bush Kaliseus grabbed hold of Trashula’s head and twisted it until it came off. Then with the magic wand he turned Trashula in to an ant.
After he had turned Trashula into an ant he ate him then he flew off to get his next prize...

The next day Kaliseus went back to Trashula’s grave to see properly what he had done. So he returned to the grave to receive his prize. But when he had arrived there stood his master but his prize was the head of Trashula. He said sorrowfully “what is this really my prize , his master replied “yes but if your not grateful I will take it back with your wand”
The next day he got married to a beautiful wife and had a child they lived happily ever after

By Kalisha Reynolds
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