Mythology Project ELA

Mythology Project ELA
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  • NO! I'M NOT WASTING MY MONEY ON SOMEONE LIKE YOU!
  • Hello. Would you mind to spare some of your wealth to the ones in need? I barely have any food.
  • Hello. I'm Apollo, what's wrong? Do you need anything?
  • Our king stinks! I asked him for some money to buy food and he yelled at me and told me to leave! All I want is some money for food!
  • There once was a king. In a world with no sun and everyone lived in darkness. The king, however, was very wealthy but very selfish. He knew how to rule and handle power, but he could not find his way around to be generous.
  • What do you want from me peasant!?!?
  • I want you to spread your wealth and help the ones in need. Or else I will sling you up into space and strand you on the moon and your gold will spread to the people.
  • One day, the king came upon another someone else asking for his money. He got so fed up that he yelled at him and told him to leave and never come back!
  • As our friend in need sits on a curb, he sees somebody walking in his direction. His name was Apollo. After informing Apollo, he tried to do something about it. Apollo was going to confront the king and try to get him to share his money!
  • Thanks for all of your gold! We appreciate it!
  • While Apollo was confronting the king, he was feeling confident. He has never really spoken his mind but the king was totally ignoring the fact that he was about to have his castle burn and all of his gold would be given to the people.
  • Apollo was right! The king's castle was flung into space causing it to burn and turn into the sun. All of the gold flew away and fell back to earth helping those in need and paying for houses and food for the rest of their lives.
  •    After all, the king was on the moon for eternity without any money or a change of clothes. This is what caused the "man on the moon" because there is a man on the moon that is there forever. The king will have another chance at living on earth again, but until he learns to share and be nice, he will never leave the moon. This is why the sun was created.
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