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Amelia and the Mermaids

A myth submitted to the site by Annabel Haizer

Perth, Western Australia, Australia

One day Amelia was singing to herself at the beach, Amelia didn't belive in mermaids, fairys or any other tale. But one day she sat on the beach and was taken away by mermaids.

Amelia was very suprised she thought mermaids were not real! The mermaids said they needed help because one person didn't belive in them.

Amelia felt bad, for she was the one that didn't belive in them!Amelia thought about this and she closed her eyes and said "I belive in every tale" three times.

Suddenly Amelia bursted with light and now belived in all tales.The mermaids were so happy that they were saved. The mermaids took Amelia back to land and Amelia felt free more then ever!


message:always believe!!!

By Annabel Haizer
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Name: Lani 11th January 2014
I love these myths
Name: Chloe Lansley 20th January 2009
my class at castlefields primary,bridgnorth wrote legends.
yours has not many features of a legend ,and no metaphors,personification,similies or oxymorons.
i am not exactly impressed.
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