Pluto' Poem

Long, long ago

Pluto was revered as a God

Not some ordinary God

But the God of Wealth

Now hear me now

 

Wealth turned an Underworldly hound

Pluto No longer the God of Wealth

Now the God of the Underworld

No longer had Love

Just the company of his Underworldly hound

 

How did he end up so?

Love accursed him

Pandora did unto him

The curse of the Underworld

 

Fauna was her name

Fairest as the Fae

Flaming more than the Phoenix

Beauty that rivaled Athena

Fauna was his love

 

Pluto was his name

Strong as the Giants

Flowing more than the Pegasi

Looks that rivaled Zeus

Pluto was her love

Star crossed Gods

Bound unto the other by sacred oath

‘Till Pluto wronged Pandora

 

Wealth turned an Underworldly hound

Pluto No longer the God of Wealth

Now the God of the Underworld

No longer had Love

Just the company of his Underworldly hound

 

Pandora not one to be wrong

Sang Pluto her song

“Wealth turn to an Underworldly hound

Pluto No longer God of Wealth

Do not fear you shall have your health,

Now, Pluto, God of the Underworld. No longer will you have Love

Just the company of this Underworldly hound. Now sink into the ground with this hound

Not to be released unless maiden finds your flower. She then will be with you if she eats a crumb of Underworld sustenance.”

With that Pluto was cast to the Underworld

 

Fauna cried “Pluto…” and left. Leaving him

Pluto howled in Fury… She left him

He established his palace

Made of magma and obsidian

Waiting to be found by a Mortal Maiden

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