THE GLORIOUS GREEK GODS ALSO HAD DARK MOMENTS OF DEPRAVITY
The confrontation between good and evil willing in mythology gods always reflects the real world. Writing reveals real humanity. Shadow owes its birth to light.
Ink for the king of gods. The thunderbolt wielded in his raised right hand, a majestic purple.
Purple lightning, signals my will
I rule all, that is under the sky
HERA DARK GREEN
Ink for the queen of strength and excellence. Hera, the mother to gods, comforts and encourages all.
Victorious soldiers, returning home
To rest near me, under the trees
Ink for the guardian Athena, keeper of the citadel and whose gray eyes judge with fairness.
Her gray eyes, reflect the city
She judges, and brings order
Ink for the battle rage of Ares, powerful and volatile. When the fog of war clears, what new things will arise?
Vultures hover, war dogs howl
Ares chants, sweet rage
HERMES SKY BLUE
Ink for Hermes, flying between realms of dreaming and waking, the living and the dead. Ever the wanderer.
Flying on winged sandals, entering dreams
The messenger, Seizes the moment
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