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How Thunder and Lightning were Made

Liverpool, United Kingdom

In the time of the Gods, Zues was shouting at Hermus because he got Apollo turned to stone.
Poseidon could here him so he said "Zues what is going on." So Zues came down to Poseidon and shouted "Hermus turned Apollo to stone." Hermus has been shouted at a lot this week.
Zues shouted to Hermus "Go and get your brother."

So Hermus sneeked to the gorgan Medusa's cave and stoll Apollo and took him back to Zeus.
Poseidon was throwing water at the clouds witch made banging sounds, he only done this because Zeus would not answer him.
Then Zues came down looking angry and shouted "stop that" but Poseidon could not here him so he carried on doing it.
Then Zues threw a lightning bolt at the sky witch made thunder and lightning.

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Add something without gods. 2nd May 2019
Hi, I did enjoy this story, there were some grammatical errors but the story line/plot was good. 21st February 2019
I think that me should do a myth about thunder but using any gods. But you guys did a really good job. 22nd October 2018
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