make ur own myth....w/ the following...?

has to have:

-main character

-main character has to have a sidekick

-4 hyperboles (exaggeration)

-3 conflicts (problems

-3 personification (giving something life. ex: the grass whistled in my ear... something like that.)

-it can have a villian

- the myth has to be something about nature or environment

-ex: how earthquakes form?

Why we have stars?

make it up, make a myth ^_^

have fun.

Update:

- if you don't....could you at least give me some ideas ^_^

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Use your imagination, girl, don't expect others to do your work for you. Is there something about a natural phenomenon that interests you? If so, use it for your basis. Pick a name for your character, I assume female, and maybe use an animal as a sidekick? Take real people and exaggerate their goods or bads to find your heroine and/or villian. This is a good exercise, a good way to hone your imagination. Use it! Good luck!

  • haden
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    you realize neither the scriptures no the potential of God. Jehovah does no longer enable all of us to be tortured perpetually. The scriptures that talk approximately human beings being tortured perpetually are to no longer be taken actually. For, no longer purely are the lifeless subconscious, yet Jehovah is going to take soreness faraway from each physique (Ecclesiastes 9:5, 10; Revelation 21:3, 4). As regards the angels that rebelled, they are data that He gave even angels loose will. And, with reference to data that God exists, think of deeply with regards to the atom. How can something so powerful merely have take place out of no longer something and then variety this variety of high-quality variety of distinctive components? Even scientists are conscious of it might have been impossible.

  • 1 decade ago

    One day, Shelby the goddess of Stupidness, and her cousin, Paragon, the god of Pears and being dumb, were playing outside on the beach. Shelby, was playing Volleyball by her self. Paragon wanted to get a tan so he layed down by the sun. Shelby kicked the volleyball, and onto Paragon's back. He was sunburned, so he screamed in pain when the volleyball hit his back. He got really mad at Shelby so he kicked the ball so far in the sky, it stayed there. They waited untill night time for it to fall down. They looked in the sky, and the ball appeared to look like a star, but bigger and slightly brighter. Paragon was dumb, so he threw a pear at the ball in the sky. Then he threw a few more pears at the bright object in the sky. The object appeared to have big craters in it, because Paragon threw the pears at it. Shelby called it the moon, because she liked to moon people in Athens. The End..

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Actually I am writing a book right now that is going to involve witches as the good guys and religious fanatics as the bad ones. I think it is going to be great.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I love to do these kind of things...

    I find them to be fun...

    BUT I know homework when I see it...

    and all I can say is...

    Do your own homework...

    P.S. Clever way to disguise it

  • 1 decade ago

    I was tempted by the title, but disappointed by the details.

    Do your own work, you slob

  • 1 decade ago

    do your own school projects...cheating will take the fun out of it.

  • 1 decade ago

    Is this your homework? How clever!

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