Milo's Miracle Of Oedipus

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Title: Milo’s Miracle

Milo looked up at the sky.
It was a hot, clear day with the boiling sun blazing down.
He wished to be selling lemonade at a stand or riding his bike down the street with the other kids. Instead, he was getting water from the well.

Milo and his mother were not very rich. As matter of fact, they were poor, with very little money. Milo did chores all around the house helping his Mother as much as he could.
His Mother was usually working hard doing different jobs to make money.

Milo was pulling the slippery sloppy water up from the wishing well. The well scratched his arm very hard. Suddenly a burst of crazy pain ran through his arm, crying in pain Milo started screaming and crying. His arm hurt so much almost feeling
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Milo told her all about his day and how this stranger named Opi helped him make sure he was okay. Milo was so glad that the kind stranger did such a thing.

The next day when his mother told Milo she had a day off of work he decided to take her to Opi’s house so she could meet him. Walking down the dusty dirty path Milo thought of all the things he was so happy to have in life. Some of those included his clothes and his amazing mother.

When Milo and his mother arrived at Opis house he was delighted to see Milo again and meet his mom. “Come in, and take a seat. It's great to have other people in the house.” said Opi. The 3 then continued to talk for a long time, while eating some delicious sugar cookies Opi had made for them. Milo and his mother got up a couple hours later thanking him for the cookies and his kindness. Him and his mother then continued home walking back under the cotton candy coloured sky.

The next day his fairy-godmother appeared.
“It’s your special day, I will grant you one and one wish only” his fairy godmother exclaimed. “Thank you, thank you” ”My one wish it to get two money trees planted, one for my family and one for Opi in his house, for he helped me greatly the other day,” Milo
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With a swish, wish and a couple of magical words his fairy-godmother had planted a beautiful tall, tangly tamed tree. Milo was very happy and his fairy-godmother had now become like an angel to him, granting his wish of helping both his small family and

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