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The Mystery of the Ancient Ring

A myth submitted to the site by Riyah Khursheed

Birmingham, China

Long long ago in Ancient China there lived a poor boy,(whose name was Jack). Jack lived with his mother in the streets and used to become hungry each day for food. The people of ancient China were horrible and vile and didn't care for anyone but themselves.

One day whist passing a nearby house Jack saw that a huge crowd was gathered around the market. They were all talking about a ancient ring that contained mystical powers. Jack heard a man say "Legend says that this ring contains enough power to make someone rich and powerful." Jack jumped at the chance when heard about the ring and set out to find it in the nearby forest that was called the the ghosts galley.

When he was halfway there Jack heard a loud boom coming from behind an old oak tree. From behind the tree a ghost warned Jack about how he should use the ring in time of need. Finally Jack had arrived at the cave which contained the life changing ring. Jack ran up to the ring and clutched it tightly in his hand. BUT a dark figure appeared and stole the precious ring. Jack wandered the forest in search of the ring but could never find it again. Legend says that you can still hear Jack mourning for the mystical ring which he'll never find again.

By Riyah Khursheed
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