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Pandora's Box

A myth submitted to the site by Dan Harley

ANCIENT GREECE, GREECE

One day in ancient Greece there were two brothers Epimeithieus and Pythagerus. These brothers had upset the Gods but inpiticular Zeus.

Later on that day Pythagerus had stole fire from the black-smith Zeus was furius. So to punish the brothers Zues made a beatiful but naughty girl out of clay. Aphradiety made her beatiful.

Epimeithieus layed eyes on her and loved her with all his hear.t Zeus chuckeld as he knew his plan was working.
A couple weeks later Epimeitheus had married Pandora. Zeus gave Pandora a box but to never open it but she tryed three times and she finnaly had the courage to open it ... out she let disease, cancer, death and all horrible things like that she closed it quickly. There was one last thing in there pleeding saying: let me out let me out! So Pandora opened it and out came HOPE.

By Dan Harley
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