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tumblr_n12q1duK9g1r5mmhlo1_500“You need to learn a lesson in gratitude,” boomed the voice of the goddess.

I pouted and crossed my arms. She always so dramatic, after all I was only playing with some petty mortals. They wouldn’t know the difference if I was toying with their minds or not.

“Just because you are my son, does not mean I will let you destroy the natural order of things.” My mother glided towards me in her flowing blue dress.

I shrugged, knowing it’d annoy her even more. I was sick of my mother trying to control everything I did.

“Come back once you’ve learned your lesson, as a mortal,” she whispered. Her eyes narrowed and I saw her fingers snap. Next thing I knew I was falling down towards earth. Crap.

Ermisenda Alvarez

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