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Camilla Why???

A myth submitted to the site by Prabhpreet

Australia, Sydney

Long, long ago in London there were 3 gods named Aqua- god of water, Sunpa- god of the sun and Camilla- god of earthquakes, sinkholes and other natural disasters. One day after Camilla made a massive sinkhole in Australia, Aqua the god of water suddenly started crying.

Sunpa asked Aqua in wonder "What has happened to you, you're normally so strong". Aqua was so stressed and sad, she tried talking but all that came out was tears. She couldn't hold it anymore. “All my relatives were there in Australia my mum, dad and sister but they are normal humans and not gods” cried Aqua.

“But now they don’t exist anymore as Camilla killed them! What do I do? Without my family I am like a dog on the street!” by now Aqua had nearly made the sky so wet that it looked like the biggest rain cloud in the whole good god world!

“I know a friend that can make people rise from the dead” Sunpa told Aqua in relief and happiness as he would do anything to cheer up his friends! They flew and flew for the next 2-3 hours to the Goonoo god of the dead. Finally they reached there destination. There was a grave of flowers, Aqua felt scared but Sunpa felt really excited as he hadn’t met his friend in a long time!

"Hiya! We haven’t met each other since 1384 now! But now I have got a major problem! My friend has lost her family and wants them back. Can you do it? it is for a god by the way!” Sunpa asked in pleasure.
“Well can I see your friend first then I will bring them back in a jiffy!” asked Goonoo.
Aqua was hidden behind Sunpa’s back. She slipped out slowly.
“Hello please can you bring my family back?” Aqua asked in a very quiet voice.

Goonoo said in pleasure” sure anything for my lady!” Goonoo waved his hands and Aqua’s family magically appeared and dropped straight into Australia.

Aqua was so releived and happy as everyone was happy!


By Prabhpreet
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