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My Myth.

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My Myth The scream rang through the forest branches. Twigs snapped and cracked like brittle bones. The tribe slowed down to a jog and looked at their surroundings. Their ears pricked, listening for the creature's footsteps. Boom! A giant claw from out of the hidden bush surprised the town people. As the majority of towns' people ran for their lives, they could hear the utter screams and crunching of bones in the background as blood trickled from the mouth of the dragon. This dragon was not an ordinary dragon. It was one of many of god's pets. God had sent this creature upon the towns' people for the crime they had committed. "He's coming", screamed Adam. The whole town jumped to their feet and ran towards the river along the bank. The dragon captured almost a quarter of the people already and just took a quarter more with a vicious swipe with his razor-sharp claw. The rest of the town carried themselves passed the river and on the other side of the land. ...read more.

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Remember what happened last time. Half our people died and we are running out of supplies. We have to move places to collect more supplies and dodge the dragons", answered Mary. Adam countered, "Yes I understand but every one is not like you. We can't keep walking for long. We need rests." "Well if that's all you need to say I need to go help the others." As Mary walked away she turned around and guiltily said, "Adam you no I love you but we have been friends for this long, don't you trust me. "Its not that but were sick of running we cant live in fear forever. We have come up with a plan to trick god and kill all of his dragons at the same time, said Adam. For once just trust me." Out of nowhere a terrible gust of wind blew through their campsite. There was a sudden pause and then the trees in the distance dropped one by one like dominoes and dragons came from all sides. ...read more.

Conclusion

With a single swift movement his hands clamed together like a cobra's teeth daggering into it pray. His arrogance leads him to think that the earth was crushed. As all the dust settled he saw in surprise that the earth was still there just there were high land because the land was squashed upwards. God rubbed his eyes and checked again at the earth it was true. He was tricked. Adam was laughing in surprise as well. The people were cheering and shouting not at just the fact that they survived but that god destroys his own creatures. "Adam you did it. Thank you. You are a good friend and a great leader", said Mary happily while she gave Adam a hug. "It finally over now. We have won." This myth was about how mountains were formed. They were formed in this story because god pushed the earth together and this cause land to rise because when the land was pushed together all of the middle land had to go somewhere and the only room was in the sky. God's anger and arrogance cause him to be tricked and made him destroy his dragons. By: Rishi Patel ...read more.

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