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The Myth of the Northern lights

A myth submitted to the site by Lann Lann

Grand Canyon, United States

Once there was an old dragon sleeping in a cave now the dragon had grown so old he could not fly. So that means he could not hunt for food! So he starved one day he decided he was going to try to fly again so he mustered up all his strength and jumped of the cliff his cave was on! He tried flapping his wings, but he couldn't fly! Right as he was about to plummet into the ground he gave his wings one last flap.....

And started to fly! He liked being able to fly again so much that he got himself two-thousand feet of the ground. The problem was that while doing this he comepletly forgot of the other dragons in his region! By now I would say he was over ten-thousand feet in the air. When he got about let's say one more foot in the air

He say the flickr of red eyes. That is when he remembered about the other dragons in his region. But when he saw who the dragon really was he was so excited he felt like he was three years old it was his long lost son Cody they started to playfulley shoot fire at each other every year or so they meet near Alaska and play and that explains the northern lights

By Lann Lann
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Name: Helen 5th April 2014
Thank you for posting this. It's interesting to see different interpretations of the origins of such fascinating and mysterious phenomenons such as the northern lights. I'm especially intrigued with the concept of dragons being the cause and for an aspiring writer, I find it's a unique and engaging idea to investigate.
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