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The Blue Bird

A myth submitted to the site by Rishika Raj


One day a little girl named Emily, was playing in the backyard of her house. While she was playing, she saw two little blue birds sitting on a branch of a small tree. Then one of the birds flew away, but the other one just stayed. Emily thought why the other bird didn't fly away like the one before. She went closer to have a look at the bird, but she heard her mother say, "Emily, come inside for lunch." Emily replied to her mother that she was coming.

When she finished her lunch, she was heading back outside. "Why are you going outside again, Emily?" said her mother, "Aren't you tired?" Emily said, "Follow me and I'll show you why?" So her mother folled her.
"See that blue bird," asked Emily, "There was another blue bird beside it, but the other bird flew away and I was thinking why the bird didn't fly away like the other one." Emily's mother carefully carried the little blue bird inside while Emily followed. Emily's mother took out a book about animals out of the bookshelf and opened it to the page about birds.
Then she began to read, 'If a bird's wing or tail is broken, the bird won't be able to fly.' as Emily listened. Emily and her mother took the little bird to vet. The vet said, "The bird's tail is broken, I'll wrap a bandage around the tail and I hope the bird will be okay with feeding and resting for two days." So when they reached home, they gave the bird some seeds and water. At bedtime, Emily gave the bird a little blanket and they slept.

The next day the bird woke up while Emily was brushing her teeth. Then Emily's mother gave Emily breakfast and some seeds to the bird. After that, Emily and her mother with the bird were outside thinking about the wind, Emily took the bandage off the bird, her mother held the bird high in the air. Then all of a sudden the little blue bird opened it's wings and flew off with the other little blue bird!

By Rishika Raj
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