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Last Soul

A myth submitted to the site by Zain Hassan

Yuki, Osaka, Japan

Koyaso felt lifeless, lonely like a person dying in pain. A sharp pain of hatred lived in her heart. Many people abused her for a long period. It was like living a nightmare . Nothing felt true to her. She lived a small, peaceful town in Japan were the grass were as fresh as life in a new-born baby, mountains stood tall like soldiers and fast flowing river were the folk collected water and fish for their needs. The people were humbled and caring but there were many ruthless, mean people. She lived were the ruthless people lived. Her family were humbled but poor people with only food to value.

She left the bridge which crossed over the beautiful, streaming river.
Koyaso decided to leave the ruthless part of town to the humbled side. She loved the people, culture and how their lifestyle was set. But as she stayed there she began to miss her parents. The next day, Koyaso left the good side to the bad side . She asked if they could move but the prices were too high. And they refused pay.

Many years after, famine became a problem. Lots of people died in these conditions. The humbled villagers of the town lived contently, although the deceit village earned famine.
Koyaso began to worry due to her family were poor. Koyaso noticed that every midnight the moon's phases began to change. Each day gradually the turned red. Until one day the moon turned completely red! Koyaso decided to go to the bridge.

She charged back to town. Her heat was pounding each second she searched for anyone. Nothing. It was time for her to spend the night on the bridge. Koyaso woke up, she deep rasping sounds coming towards her. She suddenly was surrounded by white and red creatures who human in the past but were no longer. Finally, she was at peace with her soul, she was now a ghost of the past.

By Zain Hassan
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Name: Emily Hawkes 1st December 2010
I really enjoyed this story but it could have a little bit more detail
Name: Cool Dawbson 30th November 2010
good story but weak end.
Name: Bob 30th November 2010
its ok
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