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The Adventures of Odysseus

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The Adventures of Odysseus

Odysseus and his crew had just escaped from Polyphemus and had left the dark island though the gloomy forest. The Cyclops was very annoyed and his farther Poseidon vowed revenge!
The ship had just got caught in a storm and had floated to an island. They saw huge lions, tigers and trees. Then they saw a monster – the monsters name was Octipine. Octipine had three heads, four legs and he was five meters tall he had a brown body but his three heads were green!

Octipine tried to grab Odysseus and his crew, but they hid behind the trees and only two men were caught. Octipine tried again and again but kept on failing. He was getting so full eating men! He decided to try and grab them but Odysseus had thought of that! He chopped off the monsters arms (when the monster wasn’t looking) and sprinted back to the ship.

Odysseus and the rest of the crew set sail home. Everyone was excited about going home. Odysseus in particular couldn’t wait to see his wife and son again after all those years apart.

By Phoenix
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