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Demeter sat weeping, weeping and weeping still. Her heart was gone and her light put out, so much so that the harvest did not come and the earth was cold and bitter. Her long golden locks had turned gray and her perfect skin wrinkled over like that of an old crone. Her nymphs tried to console her but their efforts mattered little, only one thing would bring the glow back to the Goddess and it was gone. Demeter sat at the place she had last seen her daughter, the field where she had left her for but a moment.
The Gods had pleaded for Demeter to bless the earth again but she refused to allow anything to grow until her daughter was found. People and animals starved and the ground sprouted no seed but still, Demeter could not find the spirit to bring the spring. Even Zeus begged her but she still refused.
The fields were dry and dead and the snow fell upon it and the wind felt as ice against the skin. In the distance, not too far away, a young boy
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Hades waited patiently for a day when the sun would be hidden by the clouds, he did not want Helios to see him taking Persephone, Demeter would eventually find out where her daughter was. He had planned by the time the Goddess of the harvest found her daughter, it would be too late for he would have fed her the fruit of the dead and she would be his forever. His attendants watched him closely as of late; the smile he obtained that day in the earthly field was still spread across his handsome face.
This was the day, he thought. The clouds would soon cover the sky and he would open the earth and take Persephone. He had four grim steeds tied and ready to carry him to the surface and back when he wished. Slowly he rose, seeming as though he could have waited a thousand years more to obtain his Queen, in truth however, he could hardly wait to have her. His cold flesh sought the warmth of hers and more so her attention. There was blackness down the corrido
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Hades realized he had lost control but he loved the way she shuddered so very much. He pulled away, removing his hands from the warmth of his Queen. Persephone groaned from the loss of his touch. Do not pull away She whispered and tried to hold him back. We cannot continue if someone were to see then our plan would be for not. He said gravely. I will not smile and I will keep my lips tightly closed, I swear it. Persephone assured him with an innocent excitement.
He smiled wryly at her then. I think that would be quite impossible, my Queen. He said and took her hand in his. I would not be doing my duties as a husband if you could keep from smiling and speaking. He lead her from the tree and back into the light of the field. They walked hand in hand across the field, forgetting themselves. Persephone had laced her fingers tightly with his and did not intend to let go. I had
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It had been several days since Persephone had been taken back to her mother, several days since she had taken the gardeners advice. How she would tell her mother what she had done she didnt know but the day was coming. Demeter had returned to her golden self and the fields had returned to the green they had once been. All was good and happy on the earth, all but the little Goddess that sat in the tall grass and seemed lost in thought.
Demeter had not believed Persephone when she told her that she loved Hades and wanted nothing more than to return to him, Demeter had brushed it off as a brainwashing that would wear off eventually. There are no flowers over here, Persephone! Come and wake them. The Nymphs asked as they danced in the field. Persephone remembered when she would have gladly run to join them but now she seemed to have no will to even move. In her heart she regretted the deal she had made with Hades and wished she had n
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Souls scattered like leaves upon the fields of the dead as their God walked amongst them. Somber and cold, he was called Hades and he was the Lord of the dead. So feared by mortals that even his name was not mention, for they believed that just that might bring his attention to them and he would call for Hermes to bring them to the underworld. He was the richest of all the Gods, as all treasures of the underground and soil were his but his riches meant little for there was no one to share these things with.
As other Gods were praised he was loathed, only the dead would keep him company and only the greedy ferryman, Charon, would speak to him. As he walked he could here the laughter of the Goddess Demeter and her Nymphs in Olympus and of course the laughter of lovely little Persephone. Hades had felt his heart for the first time when he heard the laughter of Persephone, all creatures smiled upon hearing it. Hades had longed for a Queen of such brightness and joy, something that