'May I help you, sir?' Picture

My twist on the story of Hades and Persephone:

She jumped and pranced about in the field, letting the sun soak into her skin. So happy she was, and so unknowing in her innocence of the cruelty of the world.

Suddenly she saw a gaping hole in the ground, which made her cease her dance. The holes seemed to go on into nothingness and she felt a chill go down her spine at the thought of darkness. Then she peered in farther, and made out a thin figure, gradually making his way up.

Persephone stepped back in fear, realizing who she was in the presence of when he began to rise out of the hole.

Dare she give a quick glance at the dark aura that was he? She didn't want to, but curiosity got the best of her. Slowly, she raised her head and looked at Hades, the ruler of the underworld.

However, Hades was not out of the pit yet. He was holding onto the edge, about to fall back in. His face was apparent with panic and a blush of embarrassment.

And this scene made the young goddess giggle. So she quickly suck out her arm to the dark man and said:

"May I help you, sir?"

This pic was drawn recently.
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