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fake MythologyErargos:fake Mythology by SkyTheKid
" and Hermes looked to Erargos with pleading eye's, an ocean of sadness, begging for forgiveness she could not grant him, for when she gazed upon the god who used to bring her such joy and brightness, she only felt heavy and darkness. She slipped the box into Hermes grasp, and uttered lowly, staring to the floor "take this box where ever you travel, search until you're heart can no longer bare it. Know that you can no longer find me, but if you truly are feeling the weight of the trouble you've caused me, you will find me. Hidden among the shadows. And when you do, i shall welcome you with open arms...." Hermes tried to gaze to his Goddess, but found she was already gone."
" I have not much to offer, dear warrior. Though i can grant you piece of mind, i am not psychical nor spiritual. I am true but false and where i stand, there is nothing. My existence is a myth, and i am afraid you have traveled all this way, for nothing" Kenosis folded he
USUK: My Big Fat Kirkland WeddingUSUK: My Big Fat Kirkland Wedding by BadRomance194
Alfred F. Jones knew that he was the happiest nation in the entire world right now.
How on earth could he not be? He was elated, brilliant, and even fantastic. No, he didn’t even think those were even the right words that could even describe he was feeling. He had his health, a lovely country where his people could live free and happy, and since recently, he has been in a relationship with Arthur Kirkland, the personified representation of England. After centuries of being brothers, then revolution and independence to show England that they could be equals (though it did cause a strain between the two for several years, but uneasily called it after the events of the War of 1812), allies, to friends, and then finally coming together as lovers. From so many ups and downs in their lives they were able to show the world that love comes in many shapes and appearances. What else could be better? Well actually, if he was going to be honest with himself, Alfred thought it could be.