My own Greek myth
By psm1, Updated
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Once there lived a man called Karam. Karam entered every Olympics. However he wasn't very lucky as he never won anything until the Olympics in Athens
I wish I could win the Olympics one day...
Meanwhile, Zeus was sending down luck to Karam to make him win the race
The first race of the Olympics was the 200m sprint. Thomas, who was another contender kept on saying that he was going to lose. However, Karam won. But he started to boast and laugh at Thomas
The final event was the javelin. Thomas did a wonderful throw, which Karam couldn't beat.
The next event was boxing. Karam felt very confident. In less than a minute, he doubled up and knocked Thomas out. Just like the 200m sprint, he started to boast.
Ha,Ha. I won again!
Zeus decided to take his luck away as he saw the winning was getting to his head.
I knew I shouldn't have shown off about winning.
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