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Post Author at Pan HistoriaAres posts in Writer's Muses

Sorrow was thing few Gods experienced, for mortal emotions were usually above them.

But today, Ares was full of sorrow.

His followers had raged a fantastic war campaign and there were few casualties, and yet he couldn't help but feel the emotion.

One of his most devoted acolytes was amongst the dead, and seeing her brought him to his knees. She had attended him in his temple at Athens, but now she lay in ruin; a shattered shell of her former beauty.

Now, to him, Sorrow tasted of bitter wine made from fruit left too long on the vine; uneasy to swallow.

He gathered her into his arms and held her close, already knowing that her soul would be taken by Kharon the Ferryman across the river Acheron to Hades' realm where she'd rest peacefully.

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