Arama The Worthless Child
By: Jaylan Jones
The Father Of Arama
On a normal day on Mount Olympus. The home of many Greek Gods. Zeus wanted to check on his youngest daughter Arama. He had been looking down, from Mt. Olympus to the mortal world. (The only reason Arama is in the mortal world is, because her mom was a mortal. Which makes Arama a semi-God) Zeus has never met Arama, although he knew she existed.
Arama had been walking down a very long street. This street had many flowers , Arama loved flowers. Any flowers she could put her hands on she would get it. Arama had been on the search for apples. The street had ended, and she came across a field. This field had very many crops. Zeus had saw a familiar sign. The first person he thought of was Hades. Hades was the ruler of the Underworld.
Zeus didn’t want to allow Arama to be dragged down to the Underworld like Persephone. Zeus tried to quickly warn her. He didn’t want anything to happen to his baby girl. To warn her Zeus mad it pour rain. You would think that would give her a sign to go home, but she wanted the apples. Arama was not going to resist getting the apples.
The Protection Plan
Since Arama was most likely staying there, Zeus had to take matters into his own hands. Zeus transformed himself into a rain droplet. Zeus unexpectedly clashed into one of Hade’s signs. There was Hade’s.
Zeus almost killed Hade’s. That was really Zeus’s expectation. Hade’s life flashed before his eyes. Zeus immediately made a deal with Hade’s. Zeus told Hade’s to stay in the Underworld and to never come back. Hade’s gave a smirk as if he was certainly coming back.
Hade’s said “Deal!”.