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The River Thames

A myth submitted to the site by Gaia

London, UK

In the year 1845 a young girl named Elisabeth was born. She was always interested about that stinking Thames ever since she was six. One day (when she was 20) she went for a walk by the Thames, everyone thought she was mad for it was a very unlady like thing to do then, and came across this beautiful rope going into the water. She wondered what it was until a mean old boy pushed Elisabeth into the Thames!

Poor Elisabeth tried to swim but an invisible force pushed her in to the water. Deeper and deeper she went, until suddenly she saw a light so she swam further and further towards the light. When Elisabeth got closer she saw a forcefield covering the light so she tried to get through and she went through easily.

At the other side of the forcefield she could breathe and saw many people dancing and having fun. Suddenly a girl around her age walked up to her and told her to have some food and then she can go to one of the golden buildings and ask for a room. Elisabeth was so happy this world was wonderful and she didn't miss London at all.

It is said that if the Thames became quiet enough you can still hear laughing from down beneath.

By Gaia
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