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The Fisherman and the Asirai

A myth submitted to the site by Charlotte Martin

Shakly Mere, Chesire, England

One night a fisherman went fishing at a mere in Chesire. The fisherman did not know that a creature called a asirai. They came out every hundred years. The fisherman finally caught it he decided not to let it go and show it to his children and the rich king will pay him well.

He threw the asirai in his old boat. The asirai pleaded to go but the fisherman said no and he covered it in brushes. The asriai swished her long green hair. It finally escaped it dived in the mere and was never seen till a hundred years.

By Charlotte Martin
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Name: Freniel 2nd August 2015
Nicely done
Name: Nina 24th March 2015
Didn't exactly make sense to me but it was still a really good story. 2/5
Name: Arnoldionono 18th March 2015
cool the 1 good story on here :P
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