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The Myth

Thursday, June 16th, 2011 -- By ET







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My Myth

 

Many ions ago there lived a powerful and beautiful goddess
called Claudia. Claudia was gentle and kind and she lives in a village full of
gods that sat on top of a cloud which floated about in the turquoise blue sky.  Claudia was the goddess of weather so she
controlled the wind, sun and the clouds. Every morning she would go to the
middle of the village and make the sun rise, and then she would decide what
weather she wanted.

 

Meanwhile in the underground was Zeuseus, a big and evil dragon
with eyes as black as coal. Zeuseus lived in a castle that looked like haunted
house. Zeuseus was mad that no flowers ever grew in the underground even after
he planted some seeds because there was no water in the underground.

 

One day Zeuseus flew out of the underworld went to fly around
the forest he saw a poster stuck on a bark of a tree. On it said:

 

Servants needed, please call Claudia The Weather God at
456123789 or email a message before 30th January Thank You!

 

Just after Zeuseus read the poster on
the bark of the tree he reached out and grabbed the poster of the tree, and
flew back to his house.

 

When Zeuseus went back home he wrote down his evil plan to steal
the rain clouds from Claudia into his notebook this is what he wrote:

             
    Plan to steal the rain
clouds

 

Dress up as a god and call Claudia to say I take the job to be a
servant.

Then when she’s not looking I will coax the clouds to follow me
or I pretend I need to borrow the rain clouds but never give the rain clouds
back.

 

  

When he finished writing his plan he stepped back to admire his
work then he remembered the purpose of writing the notes.

 

Zeuseus disguised himself with his magic, called Claudia and
flew of to Claudia’s palace in the village of gods floating in the clouds.

 

Zeuseus was warmly welcomed when he arrived at the palace, and
just as he hoped he was working in the room with the balcony where the rain
clouds hanged about and there were all asleep! Zeuseus couldn’t believe his
luck.

 

 When he made sure no
one was looking he changed back to his real form, grasped onto the clouds and
flew back to his underground home.

 

When Zeuseus got home he tried to make the clouds to do what he
wanted them to do but the clouds always refused and did the opposite of what
Zeuseus wanted them to do.

 

Just as Zeuseus was about to give up, a letter slipped in from
the Mail box hole, Zeuseus picked it up and opened it:

 

Dear Zeuseus,

I know that you stole my rain clouds and I would like to have
them back. You could borrow them for nine months if you would not cause any
more trouble with the weather.

                 
Thank you!!!

                
Claudia

 

Zeuseus wrote a letter back:

 

Dear Claudia,

 

I would not like to borrow your clouds because they wouldn’t
listen to me!!!!!!!!!!
    

            
Zeuseus

 

After Zeuseus finished writing the letter he sent the clouds and
the letter to Claudia.

 

And that is how sunny days and rainy days were created.

                 
 

                        
The
end

 


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