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Ala and Acla

A myth submitted to the site by Lucy Wing

Hemel Hempsted, England


Ala and Acla

There was a time when a village was nice and happy with lots of nice and happy people living in it. A girl in the village was so lovely that all the men lived her but she only loved one, Ala. Acla and Ala were in love and everyone was happy until over the years everyone was leaving the village. What was it?
They found out that a monster had escaped for the first time. “I will kill him!” said Ala
“And I will come with you,” said Acla.
“Ok,” said Ala.
So they set off to the cave were the monster lived. Suddenly an avalanche of snow shot down blocking the entrance. Then more came down.
Ala tried to melt it but he could not. So he kindly asked the monster and the monster said “I don’t want to be bad anymore,” and he helped.
Acla and Ala got married and lived happily ever after. This is not the end they lived with the monster and had kids. Now it is the end.
By Lucy

By Lucy Wing
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Name: Dad 5th March 2010
Very well done, I am proud of you.
Name: Marian Wing 28th February 2010
Well done Lucy, I like the twist at the end of the story

Love Mummy
Name: Brooke Allen 19th February 2010
hi lucy its brooke I Really like your story!
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