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Myah and the Dreadful Dragon

A myth submitted to the site by Livvylooobag

Yorkshire, England

Long, long ago in a town called Yorkshire there lived a girl called Myah who lived with her grandparents: Hermes and Ariadne who all lived in the palace together. One fine day Myah decided to go to an Island for a night but her grandparents did certainly not agree with her and so she begged and begged and finally they gave up on her.

So the next day she got ready and Ariadne made her a picnic and off she went to the Island on their boat. When she got there she stepped onto the Island and the boat was gone just like that! She suddenly saw a dragon, and it was the dragon that everybody talked about but no one ever new where it was. She started running scared that the dragon would see her and it did and the dragon thought it was a game so it chased after Myah. Finally Myah found a small cave and ran into it so the dragon couldn't get in. That is where she stayed overnight because she made a nice little bed for herself and so she slept till dawn.

When she woke up she got ready for this big day ahead of her not knowing what she was going to do when suddenly she heard Hermes calling for he and she called back "Over here grandfather" and she ran over to him and gave him a great big hug. Although it was an enormous island they could still see the dragon in the distance. Together they sailed back to the harbour and ran back to the palace and Myah told them all about her adventure on the island and how big it is. Hems also told them that he saw the dragon a couple of times too.

Meanwhile outside the palace there was the dragon who flew over the sea because he has wings doesn't he?!

By Livvylooobag
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