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Snowdon & The Surprise

A myth submitted to the site by Tia Malhotra

Wolverhampton, West Midlands, United Kingdom

Many years ago at the top of Mount Snowdon there lived a dragon called Dave, not just any ordinary dragon, a bright red fire breathing dragon. He never let anything or anyone else come up the mountain, but there was a reason for this and this is why.

One evening the wind was howling and there was thunder in the air. Lightning was flashing through the sky and Dave was trying so hard to get to sleep he was even pulling out grass from underneath the soil and stuffing it in his ears! He closed his eyes tightly trying to block out everything, then suddenly he opened his eyes and there in front of him was…the world of dreams.

Dave had finally managed to get to sleep, he was eating candy and skipping along when there in front of him he saw someone that he had not seen since he was a tiny dragon, the dragon he had always hated, master fu, Master fu had taught Dave dragon fu and always told him to partner up with Darrell, the oldest and the meanest dragon in the class. Just then he heard a crash of lighting and felt a punch in the face…

This time he had really woken up and there in front of him was master fu. “Long time since we met ‘ey? This time you wont have to partner with Darrell since you’re a much much older dragon now, so you shall fight with me mu ha ha ha ha”

They fought and fought for three and a half hours until master fu knocked Dave off the mountain. There were people were at the bottom and they all cheered for they thought he was gone. But all of a sudden from out of nowhere he swooped down and spat out a ball of fire. The entire crowd ran all except one, Bob he was determined to see what was up there. He started to climb when Dave thumped his head with his tail and Bob fell off.

The next morning bob awoke, he had been taken into hospital because he had a very bad head injury, it was that bad he could only remember eating cornflakes for breakfast two weeks ago. Meanwhile, both Dave and master fu were sleeping pushing each other around. Millie saw this and contacted the police. However, it was too late, when the police arrived they had disappeared, well not exactly disappeared they were just out of sight. They were actually tumbling down the other side of the mountain. The police shouted at Millie and told her that her imagination was wild and could one day get her into a whole heap of trouble!

I guess you are still wondering about the dragons, well their still on the other side rolling down Mount Snowdon! So that is the reason why Dave never lets any one or any thing come up the mountain.

By Tia Malhotra aged 9.

By Tia Malhotra
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Name: Cinnamon Brown 24th August 2015
Fabulous darling!
Name: Justine 27th January 2014
Nice going for a 9 yr old! Bet u can write better now though! U probably will never read this comment but yh. Bye...
Name: Mel Fanningbird 21st November 2011
wow i 13 and i cudnt rite dat gud. kwl
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