Persephones Letter to HadesThe day you came and took me awayWas the day that Gaia's seasons changed.You made my mother Demeter cry,But I never felt so alive.My sweet beloved dark god, Hades.Eyes dark as graniteThe best thing I ever did was bite that pomegranate.I cannot bear to live with-out youYet I am frost too.Half the year I spend with youIs like honey doo,Sweet and Delectable.Hades my loveYou have given me so muchAnd when we are apartMy heart begins to break apart.It might only be six months away from youThough still I pray, I doSo you and I can be oneMy beloved dark Lord, our story has just began.And until we are together againAt summer's end,I hope you hold this letter closeSo you will forever knowThat my love is forever yours.
Pomegranate Seeds Persephone hugged her knees as the cold stone she sat upon slowly numbed her. Never before had she noticed stone, having spent her life in fields and meadows. Wide open spaces, the soft flowing grasses, the cool shade of the trees, the warm soil, and the heat of the sun warming the hard stone. If she ever was able to see the surface again, she would never view rocks the same. Light from the torches flickered, giving some illumination to the otherwise black room. In her meadows at home, if it were ever this dark, she could look up at the stars and the moon. Night was something she never feared, but this darkness now haunted her. It was inescapable. Helios would not ride across the Tartarus sky bringing light to this world of death. No one ever escaped Hades and the Underworld. Persephone was no goddess. She was a demi-god, daughter of Demeter an