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Sun and Moon

A myth submitted to the site by Dana

Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England

Once upon a time there lived the sun and moon, they loved each other. And one day they decided to see water, water heard them and he came over. Water would you like to set your sea animals out, said sun, yes please!shouted water. But moon said no, but he did'n listen. And then the moon got stuck by the whale, then moon squeezed out then the sun pulled the moon up into the sky for ever.

By Dana
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Name: Shalynn Bragg 9th March 2015
what is the myth about the moon and the sun chasing each other across the sky
Name: Rachel 28th January 2008
Your story needs to be a bit more past tense
and make it a bit more like a myth or a legend (story) but i loved the whole sun moon water thing

Rock on!!!!!!!!!!
Name: Ryan 10th January 2008
its amazing rock on man
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