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St Columba

A myth submitted to the site by Ally Kinniear

St Columba

Twelve centuries ago, a holy man called st Columba travelled the river Nesa
To teach picts about god. When he someone had
Been bitten in loch by a monster, he took all his
Clothes off apart for his tunic, he got in the dark
Dirty water and suddenly a shocking rough and affrighting monster came out the water.
His skin was slimy and his tale was rough
He had a very dark and spiky tale.
It reminded me of changing my cousins’ nappy.
St Columba mad the sign of the cross ‘Hahn’ the crowd gasped.
‘Though shall go no further. Do not touch the man
Go back with all speed’ he said. The monster swam away. From now on everybody worshiped the love of god.
By ally kinnear.

By Ally Kinniear
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Name: Jessica 1st February 2010
great story
Name: Sophie West 28th January 2010
Ally i agree with Ryan H and Shannah no fullstops where than was met to be

Good myth part from that little mistake
Name: Shannah Stewart 28th January 2010
im with ryan on that because there,s
no full stops where theres ment to be.
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