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How Rainbows Were Made!

A myth submitted to the site by Alanis Gash

Vending Street, scotland

A girl one day discoverd a sword with different colours on it.

She had bad luck before she found the sword but ever since she had discoverd the sword she had good luck.

One sunny mornning in Vending Street, a girl of about 16 came by. In her bag was the colourful sword she had found in the attic.

She brought the sword carefully out of her bag. It started to rain the sword started to melt. The girl shouted at the sky saying 'BRING THE SUN PLEASE'

The sun came but the rain did not stop. A whisper came to her ears saying let go of the sword. Then it'll stop the rain. But she didn't.

The rain stopped, the sun came and she had a smile on her face. A colourful arch came from the sky.

When you see a rainbow rember this story.

By Alanis Gash
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Name: William 4th April 2014
i'd like it if it was longer
Name: Haley 18th February 2014
i dont get it
Name: Drosp 18th September 2013
I think that is a great story but it could have been better if you were to put a logic into it.
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