Returning Persephone Picture

I did some further reading about Hades and Persephone in Greek Mythology, and I came up with this funny joke. In the story, Persephone (before she was the goddess of the Underworld, she was called Kore, Hades gave her the name Persephone) is the daughter of Zeus and Demeter, (Demeter is also the sister of Zeus and Hades, so yeah Kore is the daughter of an incest relationship) Anyways, while she was picking flowers in the fields, Hades appeared out of nowhere and abducted her, took her to the Underworld and made her his bride (yeah he pretty much married his own niece). Persephone is the love and joy of Demeter, so when Demeter learned her daughter was missing she was devastated, she searched for 9 days until someone told her that her brother Zeus actually awarded Hades his daughter Persephone for a bride, so the whole reason why this happened was because Zeus gave Persephone to Hades to marry without telling Demeter. Demeter was really angry by this, and since she is the goddess of harvest, she stopped doing her job which caused starvation and death among the mortals. Because of this, Zeus had to tell Hades that he had to give Persephone back to her mother.
I thought this story was sad, especially for Demeter, she was totally backstabbed by her own brothers! Anyways I thought I would make it funny instead of tragic, so here is the scene of when Hades returns Persphone to her mother, and Demeter's reaction when she sees her new "son-in-law". Hope you enjoy it! (Oh and I hope I got the story right! I read the story twice and I had to type down from the top of my head)

One little thing about the comments, I read the story of how Hades tricked Persephone into eating pomegranate seeds, which causes her to go back to the Underworld to her husband for 3-4 months, so she spends 2/3 of the year with her mother which is how winter came to be, so please, PLEASE don't repeat it to me, I have read about 4-5 comments who mentioned it, I know the story and I am glad that you guys know the story too, but it gets kind of annoying when you read the same thing over and over again, just comment on what you think about the picture, I'll be very grateful, thanks!
Demeter's Daughter
Returning Persephone
Sympho Mythology