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The Adventures of Odysseus

A myth submitted to the site by Samuel

The Adventures of Odysseus

Long, long ago in the time of the Trojan War there was a man whose name was Odysseus. They were on their way home when they were running short of food and landed on an island. Polyphemus , the Cyclops was on this island and Odysseus was going up to the cave where his son was. He saw the Greek men and Odysseus went and blinded Polyphemus. Poseidon wanted revenge.

The Greeks left this island and set off on their journey. Poseidon was angry because hi son had been blinded. Odysseus was blown to an island. On this island there lived a monster named OCODOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Odysseus saw Ocodor and crept into the cave. Ocodor saw the Greek men and shot an arrow. That arrow split a mans head in half. Next Ocodor (with his axe) chopped a man’s head of. Odysseus climbs up Ocodor’s arm a minute and took ten almighty blow at Ocodor’s arm. It fell to the ground like a earth quake.

Odysseus jumped down from the arm. The Greek men got under the arm and the arm to their boat to proth that they killed a beast named b OCODOR!
Odysseus was being happy to see his family Penelope and Telemachus after ten long years of fighting in the Trojen war.

The end

By Samuel
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