Myths and Legends

Myths and Legends website published by E2BN
HomeAbout this website
Create your ownTeachers
Please help us keep Myths and Legends Working. We need your help. This free website urgently needs updating so it will continue to work... we are crowdfunding to raise money for the update. Please support Myths...

Schooling in the Woods

A myth submitted to the site by BabyNietz

Wilmington, USA

Three children, Justice, Charity, and Pestilence, were walking through the forest discussing what they had learned in school. Justice exclaimed “in school, I’ve learned to add and subtract. I must learn all about history and my faithful friends Equality and Righteousness are always there to support me.”
Charity exclaimed “in school, I’ve learned to multiply and divide, funny how similar they are. I have many friends who always want me around.”

All the while the children walked, the forest grew darker and the trees, which were as old as the Earth, creaked and groaned as they turned in the wind.
Pestilence spoke “my teachers have tried to teach me, but I have been unable to learn.”
Just then, the cries of wild dog could be heard coming closer and the children came across an ominous presuppose.
Charity cried “how fighting it all is.”
Justice asked “which of your teachers taught you to walk in the woods?” none answered so she added “then why have they send us out here? I don’t know what to do”
Pestilence responded “I do not know how to walk in the woods, but it does not bother me. These woods are exactly as I expected they would be. Let us keep walking as that is all we can do.”

By BabyNietz
Rate this Story
Give this story 5 starsGive this story 5 starsGive this story 5 starsGive this story 5 starsGive this story 5 stars
Give this story 4 starsGive this story 4 starsGive this story 4 starsGive this story 4 stars
Give this story 3 starsGive this story 3 starsGive this story 3 stars
Give this story 2 starsGive this story 2 stars
Give this story 1 star
13 people have rated this story so far:
Overall Score: 3/5
Rated by 13 peopleRated by 13 peopleRated by 13 people
Showcase voting:
If you think this story is one which should go in the Myths and Legends showcase, click "Yes"

Your comments

Top of this page Copyright © E2BN 2006 | Contact Us | Accessibility
Create your own Myths and Legends
E2B® and E2BN® are registered trade marks and trading names of East of England Broadband Network (Company Registration No. 04649057)