Myth for ELA - Blue Lava

Myth for ELA - Blue Lava

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  • Goodness! That wasn't there when I walked by yesterday! Those are some beautiful roses.
  • It wouldn't hurt to just take one now, would it...?
  • Ooo! That is BEAUTIFUL! Did you grow that yourself? It's amazing!
  • Uhh... Yeah. I did grow them... (nervous laugh) Haha.
  • One day when Andres was on his way home, and he found a bush filled with gorgeous roses. The roses amused him. Andres spent a good while just taking in the sent and beautifulness.
  • Just one more for today...perfect! Now I have a few to show them.
  • Andres had a thought to just take one rose and bring it back to town. He wanted to get a reaction out of his neighbors. He wanted to show that he was capable of much more in his life. 
  • Young man! You shouldn't be stealing those roses!
  • Woah! It's really you!
  • Oh, I just came down to Earth to have a little chat with this gentleman right here.
  • Look, woman, I do not care! I'm going to continue to do what I want to do.
  • Back at the town when Andres shows the people his newly found rose. He hesitated just a little at first. He wasn't sure if this was a good idea. After a few moments of contemplation, he decided he didn't care if it was a decent idea or not. 
  • What is that?... You know what, I do! I will show you that I'm much better than a goddess.
  • I shall challenge you to grow a rose in the presence of the people of your town. This shall take place at noon. Do you accept? 
  • Andres would just take more and more roses each time he crossed that path. He just wanted to prove so badly that he and his roses were the best. 
  • Everyone was shocked to see the beautiful goddess transform from one of the roses. The old lady couldn't even say a thing. Aphrodite saw everything from Mount Olympus. She was disappointed in Andres. She wanted to talk to him about his choices.
  • The beautiful goddess herself! May I ask to what do we owe the pleasure to?
  • Aphrodite wanted to show Andres that he had made mistakes and he should own up to them. She challenged him to illustrate this.
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