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The Magic Purple Christmas Tree

A myth submitted to the site by Caleb Pierce

Once there was a family that wanted a Christmas tree. They had garland, but no tree. They had ornaments, but no tree. They had a tree topper, but no tree. The dad saw in a magazine that there was a nice forest filled with Christmas trees. The next day they decided to go.

On the way to the forest the little complained, “I want a purple tree!” Everybody laughed. The dad said there is no such thing as a purple Christmas tree. When they got to the forest, they searched and searched for a nice tree. Finally, the brother found a sparkly purple tree. It stood out from all the others because it was the prettiest one of all. They chopped it down and brought it home. “Looks like you got your wish,” said dad.

They wanted to set it up, but it wouldn’t stand up. They realized that it wouldn’t cut straight. So they went outside with the ax and cut it straight. A tree stand magically appeared. Then they set it down in the living room. They put one ornament on the tree and other ornaments began popping up on the tree without the family touching them.

The next day was Christmas. Dad said, “Time to open presents!” Sister got a barbie doll. Brother got a skateboard. Then all of a sudden two more presents appeared and as strange as that was, everytime they opened a present another present appeared! The family agreed they would share the joy.

They thought and thought. Finally, Brother had an idea. He said, “We should bring it to the town square and invite everybody!” Everyone agreed. So they brought it to the town square. When they got there everyone thought “What are they doing with a Christmas tree?” Then all of a sudden presents started appearing around the tree. The shared the joy together and lived happily ever after. I hope this is not the end.

By Caleb Pierce
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Name: Chris 1st December 2016
That was a very sweet story!! ;°)
Name: Viv 23rd January 2010
good story keep it up but consontrat ok all right write bac
Name: Miss Sparkley 4th January 2010
omg this stry is sik i luv it u mk it imgnitive lol gr8 but chek ova ur wrk n mk sure it mks sence =P snm
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