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Persephone was a beautiful girl with long blond waves cascading around her, big blue eyes that shone angelic innocence, and her smile so bright, it made the sun dark with envy. She was beautiful beyond her skin with a light soul that touched everyone she met.

As she was playing and picking flowers with her friends, the water nymphs, she smelled something sweet. It was the loveliest smell that'd ever tickled her senses and she absolutely had to find its source.

She followed her nose to a far off yellow flower. When she asked her friends to accompany her, they could not because it was beyond her mother's borders. But, she figured slipping quickly away to get the flower and returning would not be noticed by her mother. She bent down and after some struggle, plucked the pretty flower by the roots in order to replant it in her mother's garden.

However there was a surprisingly deep hole left in the ground. In fact, this hole grew gaping until it seemed the ground was crumbling beneath her feet. She cried out in fear. It was the smell that hit her first: fire and brimstone. She screamed louder as furious and rapid fire-walking horses galloped out of the newly formed abyss, their master equally furious.

She screamed at the top of her lungs, "Mother!

She reached for the light of the open ground above her but that hole closed and it became complete darkness. To her utter horror, they passed moaning dead souls and dreary misery. When the horses stopped, her captor carried her into a castle. He threw her onto a bed of fine silk but it might as well have been needles to her disturbed mind. He stood before her head and body crowned with dark curls, swarthy, muscled, animalistic, aroused, and naked.

Hades is a cruel god with almost no sense of humanity. She gasped, pausing in her sobbing. She bawled harder, weak from the implications. He reached to caress her bare arms, his fingers hot as fire.

His lips replaced his fingers. She froze, silent. He pulled away and his black eyes looked into hers. You are so warm and light and good. You are my antithesis. I love you and only you Persephone. As he spoke, he soothingly stroked her long blonde hair with one hand, while the other ghosted over her body from arms to hips to bare legs and back.

She suddenly felt unsure and heavy, her mind clouded by a heady mix of fear and arousal, her heart pounding. She had never had a man touch her; she had no idea what she was feeling. With his other hand he ripped off her clothes. She cried out, fear winning in its internal battle.While we've done our best to make the core functionality of this site accessible without javascript, it will work better with it enabled.

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8 Sex Stories About Greek Gods That Will Give You Relationship Goals

Persephone is the owner of a flower shop. Hades is the owner of an animal shelter. They meet. Romance and shenanigans ensue. Mostly romanticising greek mythology, subtly surrealist - just enough to get lost thinking what is the difference between rose petals and cheeks.

A scribble revolving around Hades and Persephone, Kore and Aidoneus. They are dreaming, floating ; they are created out of belief and thus free inside our minds. Dearly detested, worshipped with a touch of fear. More, much more. Most beings start dating and their stories begin from there.

However, Hades and Persephone are not like most beings. Their story started long before that, because they were meant to be intertwined for all eternity. Five times Persephone heard a war story from someone else and one time Hades finally told her one. When Persephone is burnt badly, the whole world sees her as a victim. Who will see her as what she really is? Will Solace is a Southern boy, a teenager going into his senior year of high school. With no friends, no lover, and a small family, his days are spent sleeping or lounging around.

When his father gets a job in NYC, will it be the start of a new life or simply just another place to sleep? Now he was raising her with the help of his father, half sister, and friends, but nothing about fatherhood was ever easy.This is "Scene 3-and-a-half" from Act II of the rock opera, "The Passion of Persephone" -- the scene depicting Persephone's loss of virginity, that can't actually be shown onstage.

For more of the scenes that we CAN get away with onstage, see www dot passionofpersephone dot com or www dot myspace dot com slash PassionOfPersephoneRockOpera. For more of my writings, see www dot rosannatufts dot com. The scene that follows this one, is Persephone's discovery that she, alone of all the Gods, has the power to grant Reincarnation to the Spirits of the Dead.

This scene also contains a foreshadowing of the food she will eat, which requires her to return to the Underworld for part of every year. We now join Hades, Master of the Underworld, who has just used a big nasty bowie knife to cut off the last of Persephone's unmentionables.

His hand cups my breast, lightly squeezing it. I stretch my chest forward and up, eager to fill his hands. Wait -- he spoke just now. That was no mind-speak; he actually talked. I look at his face, startled. Only a moment before -- ever since he brought me to this dread cave -- he was mute. I could "hear" him only when he chose to "say" something telepathically.

He is one of the three most powerful Kings among all Gods -- Poseidon and my Father Zeus are the other two -- yet even Hades loses the power of speech in his own realm, here in the deepest, lowest sector of the Underworld. Yet now -- somehow -- his voice has returned. Another miracle, in a night that's already been full of them. It has been a year since Hades stole me from my Mother, a year that I have lived as a prisoner in the Underworld, witnessing his harsh treatment of the human ghosts who populate this realm.

Despite their entreaties, I have been powerless to help them, for Hades has kept me shackled in ropes all this long time. Not that I could have done anything anyway, even without the bonds -- all my life, I have been an anomaly among the Gods, much to my shame and my Mother's dismay: I have no known Magickal ability. Hades has been insisting all along that I do have Magick. He set me the impossible task of figuring it out on my own. He has brought me to this cavern tonight, because I have actually offered myself as a semi-willing sacrifice to him, accepting the Spectres' punishments on their behalf.

I thought maybe if I did this, Hades would be finally satisfied and return me to my Mother Demeter, so she would lift the terrible curse of Winter that she has placed upon the Earth -- her revenge against my Father Zeus, for refusing to rescue me. So here I stand: tremulous, terrified, shrinking beneath his implacable gaze. The Fate of Worlds may well ride upon the results of my self-sacrifice.

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I accept whatever he will dish out, no matter how searing. You're a brave one, I'll give you that, I hear him mind-speak. But then, I'd expect nothing less from the Daughter of Zeus. And he slashes the whip across my tender flesh. Again and again. And I come to know, in my own fragile body, the agony that the Spectres feel, endlessly, hopelessly, in their eternal death.

No sound escapes me -- just as Hades' own voice is, my piteous screams are swallowed up by the Underworld itself. First, I lose my fear of the whip, even as he is raining down blows upon my delicate Maiden frame. The sight of him, bare to the waist despite the cold, his controlled face, his light dusting of body hair that amazingly makes him appear to glow in the dark, the rippling of his muscles as he strides around me, winding up and landing each stroke with astonishing precision -- he is perfect.

He is beautiful. And I am overcome with longing for him, finally admitting the desire I've kept hidden even from myself over this last year.While we've done our best to make the core functionality of this site accessible without javascript, it will work better with it enabled. Please consider turning it on! Remember Me. Work Search: tip: buffy gen teen AND "no archive warnings apply".

Persephone is the owner of a flower shop. Hades is the owner of an animal shelter. They meet. Romance and shenanigans ensue. Mostly romanticising greek mythology, subtly surrealist - just enough to get lost thinking what is the difference between rose petals and cheeks.

A scribble revolving around Hades and Persephone, Kore and Aidoneus. They are dreaming, floating ; they are created out of belief and thus free inside our minds. Dearly detested, worshipped with a touch of fear. More, much more.

It's business as usual as the Goddess of the Hunt stalks upon her prey one evening. To her surprise, a cloaked stranger wandered into her hunting grounds. Artemis sees this as a threat and challenges the individual, but they seem to have no interest in fighting.

At least, until, Artemis leaves them no choice But to her surprise, the mystery stranger defeats the Goddess of the Hunt, and requests an unorthodox reward as spoils for being the victor. No one had ever accused Rose Grey of being pretty. Mostly they just accused her of picking fights and wheezing too loudly. She'd gone her whole life thinking she was going to die alone, with 12 cats, who'd have no choice but to eat her once she expired.

Fate, and antique jewelry, have other plans. The Seals are being broken left to right, Harry and most of his friends are about to graduate, Sphinx reveals herself, and is going to be a nightmare to wright. For Ganymede, Olympos and its lord could just as well be an underwater abyss for as deeply unfamiliar and mysterious as both are to him.

As he settles in and starts to learn, though, perhaps the water isn't so deep, the chasm not so strange and dark.

A modern au of sorts about the love story of the goddess Persephone and Lucifer Morningstar. An MSA Ghost fanfic. Just Legends story 5. It's been three months since Dib helped most of the Pepper family re-integrate into society. Vivi and Lewis spend their days managing Dib's schedule, in addition to Tome Tomb.

Arthur and Kay have settled in together after a quiet wedding. Everything is fairly peaceful until Mystery reappears with a horrifying bit of information for Arcturus.

Chapter One: Caught in the rain in the middle of a patrol, a green eyed stranger invites Kyoya in for some shelter.

He follows, intent on gathering information and is pleasantly surprised to find he genuinely enjoys her company. Chapter Two: Tsuna is willing to move heaven and hell for his newfound family.

Is willing to battle an elite group of assassins just to protect them. He can do no less when they fight for him too. So when he does come out winning, no one expects him to pass out in a blazing inferno upon wearing the rings.If you're into mythology, you know you don't have to look any further than Googling "sex stories about Greek gods" to find something that will tickle your naughty bits. But that's so totally not creepy, because they're gods, get it?

OK, it's still creepy. Sure, we all know how Zeus can basically have sex with anythingas anything, but what about romantic love in the Greek pantheon?

Were there any epic romances to go along with the tales of murder and betrayal? Well, actually, yes. Greek mythology is full of power couples and tragic lovers, and their stories will give you all the relationship goals.

Even single folks can move on from these classic tales with a better understanding of how romance is supposed to look. The eight couples on this list will show you how to get past your biggest fights, honor lost lovers, and wait for the person you know is coming back for you. Ultimately, the Greek gods were pretty human, so you're bound to see some of your own experiences reflected here. Trust me. OK, let's start off with a tragedy.

greek hades x reader lemon

Hyacinth and Apollo were lovers. Zephyr liked Hyacinth, and was jealous that he only had eyes for Apollo. One day, when Hyacinth and Apollo were throwing a discus, Zephyr intervened.

He blew the discus off-course, causing it to strike and kill Hyacinth. Devastated, Apollo would not allow his lover's body and soul to be carted off to Hades. He crafted a flower from Hyacinth's spilled blood, and, by some accounts, Apollo's own tears stained the petals.

Reading about Hyacinth and Apollo will make memorializing your mate, or vice verse, one of your top relationship goals. Pygmalion was a sculptor who hated women. He found major flaws in every woman he met, and decided they weren't worth his time.

greek hades x reader lemon

I know, he sounds like a real winner, doesn't he? Throwing himself headfirst into his work, Pygmalion carved Galatea out of ivory. She was more beautiful than any breathing woman, and he spent countless hours working on her. Pygmalion grew deeply affectionate toward his statue, and soon realized he had fallen in love.

But even though he dressed Galatea and attended to her at all hours, she remained cold, lifeless ivory. Aphrodite noticed Pygmalion's unrequited love, and, after his next sacrifice to the goddess, she rewarded his devotion by bringing Galatea to life. They lived happily ever after, even producing a son for whom one of Aphrodite's sacred cities, Paphos, was named.While we've done our best to make the core functionality of this site accessible without javascript, it will work better with it enabled.

Please consider turning it on! Remember Me. Work Search: tip: buffy gen teen AND "no archive warnings apply". Chapter 1 2. Yandere Apollo x reader 3. Yandere Hades x reader 4. Yandere Male Artemis x reader 5. Yandere Cronos x reader 6. Yandere Eros x reader 7. Yandere Ares 8. Yandere Luke Castellan x reader. It was a small village. It was known to worship the god Apollo. She was quite a rare thing. Only a few people have heard her but they say she had the voice that would make Apollo jealous.

She loved to read and walk around town. The men would lust over her as she passed them. The ladies would gossip.

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She had no mother but a wonderful father who was a local apple seller in the town. Once after a sacrificing to Apollo, the village went home to eat. As she was picking some beautiful red flowers she saw a little bee.Im sooooo sorry 4 d reeeeeally late update My computer crashed and I didn't save this anywhere. So I had to wait for them to fix my computer and write this over. So im really sorry! I'd like to thank everyone who reviewed this chapter. Also, for everyone who added me to their favourites list and who subscribed to my story.

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Her mother smiled at her and continued gardening. Seph rolled her eyes. Her mother was hopelessly clueless to anything but gardening. As long as Seph was with her, she was at her most clueless, loving to pretend that her daughter was an innocent virgin who had not a care in the world and loved gardening just as much as she did. Seph corrected herself. She did love gardening, but right now, there were more important things than planting petunias with her mother.

She glanced at the sky again, and beamed with happiness as she saw Apollo making his way back to Olympus. It was about time! She pretended to yawn and stretch. All this gardening, you know? I think I'm going to go to sleep, now. Seph smiled at her before turning and rolling her eyes. She was not a child any longer. When would her mother realise that? She all but ran to her room and sat on her bed, waiting. She heard a soft whooshing sound in the corner and jumped to her feet.

When Hades appeared, she jumped into his arms. Prepared, he all but crushed her to him. He inhaled the scent of her hair, taking it into him, savouring the sweet scent.

She pulled away and he released her, reluctantly. He was almost shocked as she took his mouth in a desperate kiss. He moaned, muffling the sounds leaving the room, almost automatically and lifted her so that she wrapped her legs around his waist. His thoughts scattered as she bit the delicate skin between his throat and jaw.


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