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Let it be Green

A myth submitted to the site by Christian

Rain forest, Africa

Long ago in 1865 when the rain forest was still unknown cries and shouts came from within the landscape.

Some days later a young man was just walking in it with an axe looking for something to bring back to his family. A few hours later he found a tree but it wasn’t any old tree, no, it was a tree that was different with green colours and fruit on it so he decided that he would cut it down and take the fruit.

When he was about to swing he heard something in the woods. The ground began to shake and trees were tumbling down and up above his head was a gigantic beast so he began…TO RUN!!! It kept chasing him all day until the beast finally had him in his hands. The man was thinking about what he has done in his life to deserve this.
Then, when he thought it was all over…it said something. “Why do you cut down my tree? Why do you do this to nature?”
“Oh oh I’m sorry I promise to never ever cut down another tree in my life.”
“Do what I asked and RUN!!!!!!!!”
He ran and never came back today we call him Heinjo.

By Christian
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