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If you know your Greek mythology then you should find this HILARIOUS-I'm a Persephone Greek Goddess Art Print. $10.00, via Etsy.

If you know your Greek mythology then you should find this HILARIOUS-I'm a Persephone Greek Goddess Art Print. $10.00, via Etsy.

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so-many-aesthetics:  Mythology and Literature Aesthetics Hades and Persephone - Greek Mythology    Tell me losing everything is what saved you.Tell me you finally tasted freedom. Don’t lie. I see it in your eyes. Women lie to their mothers. Women do not know how to use their own voices and resort to things deeper. Don’t lie to me. Tell me you loved to destroy. Tell me you need me. Please. You are the bones of my spine. You are the ground beneath my feet. You are made of deeper stuff than…

so-many-aesthetics: Mythology and Literature Aesthetics Hades and Persephone - Greek Mythology Tell me losing everything is what saved you.Tell me you finally tasted freedom. Don’t lie. I see it in your eyes. Women lie to their mothers. Women do not know how to use their own voices and resort to things deeper. Don’t lie to me. Tell me you loved to destroy. Tell me you need me. Please. You are the bones of my spine. You are the ground beneath my feet. You are made of deeper stuff than…

She was abducted by Hades, the god of the underworld, infuriating her mother who made the crops wither and the earth barren. Zeus intervened and tried to bring Persephone back to the world of the living; however, Persephone ate the seeds of a pomegranate that Hades had given to her, binding her to him for one third of the year. Thus, it was decided that Persephone spend four months in the underworld and eight months on earth with her mother. The period in the underworld corresponded to the

She was abducted by Hades, the god of the underworld, infuriating her mother who made the crops wither and the earth barren. Zeus intervened and tried to bring Persephone back to the world of the living; however, Persephone ate the seeds of a pomegranate that Hades had given to her, binding her to him for one third of the year. Thus, it was decided that Persephone spend four months in the underworld and eight months on earth with her mother. The period in the underworld corresponded to the

HADES & PERSEPHONE     "She was gathering sweet flowers, violets and white lilies, and so many that the basket would not hold them all! Lovelier even than the flowers, Persephone caught the eye of Hades, god of the underworld. In one moment she was swallowed up in the ground and taken in Hades' rush of love, cursed to forever be caught between the land of the living and the world of the dead."    –Ovid, Metamorphoses, Book 5

HADES & PERSEPHONE "She was gathering sweet flowers, violets and white lilies, and so many that the basket would not hold them all! Lovelier even than the flowers, Persephone caught the eye of Hades, god of the underworld. In one moment she was swallowed up in the ground and taken in Hades' rush of love, cursed to forever be caught between the land of the living and the world of the dead." –Ovid, Metamorphoses, Book 5

A Poem that fits Manon Blackbeak || And Dorian Feels || Throne of Glass, ToG, EoS, Empire of Storms

A Poem that fits Manon Blackbeak || And Dorian Feels || Throne of Glass, ToG, EoS, Empire of Storms