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The Very Kind Unicorn

A myth submitted to the site by Aiesha Brown

Poor village, America

Once upon a time there lived a poor family which had nothing to eat or drink. One evening a young handsome boy named Oliver went looking for something to eat and saw nothing but a very clear glow was coming from behind a tree "Hmm" the boy said and scrambled up to it.

There standing there was a beautiful strong and steady unicorn in amazement the boy stared and said "Wow will you help me please"
The unicorn said "Yes of course i will whats the matter"
The boy said "my family and I am very poor and sick and have nothing to eat and drink"
The unicorn said "ok" and off they plodded down the hill to the little tiny house which not even a animal could fit in. Meanwhile they got there there and the unicorn put a spell on the house and the people to be rich all there entire life and stay safe. After all they did and became a happy family with the unicorn.

By Aiesha Brown
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Latest comments:
Name: Ayako 25th October 2015
So cute, I love it:)
Name: Jessie 27th August 2015
I have never heard about unicorns before.
Anyway,nice story.I LOVE IT!!!!!!
Name: Kwartemaa 17th August 2015
great animal to behold
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