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Demeter had noticed that Persephone was depressed and upon questioning, her daughter Persephone replied "As wonderful as it is here I yearn to fall in love." Demeter was not pleased by this and did not approve, but Zeus had over heard and had summoned Cupid to shoot Hades with his love arrow so that she may fall in love and be joyful once again.
Hades fell so deeply in love with Persephone that he captured her and kept her in the underworld with him. At first Persephone was unhappy but soon grew to love hades and the underworld became more welcoming.
MEANWHILE... Demeter, not knowing that Persephone was with hades, searched for her daughter. Demeter became more and more depressed as her search went on and made the earth barren, causing suffering for the mortals.
Having given up Demeter asked Helios where her daughter was and what happened to her. Upon being asked Helios explained to her everything concerning Persephone and her recent whereabouts.
Zeus sent Hermes to bring his daughter Persephone back because Demeter was causing suffering on earth, but hades did not want her to go. So, instead Hermes gave hades a pomegranate, for every seed she ate she would stay one month a year in the underworld. Hermes had instructed to give her one but hades gave her four seeds. Persephone ate the seeds and began her journey back to the surface.
Demeter welcomed Persephone with open arms. Shortly after arriving Demeter asked on what grounds hades had let her daughter leave, Persephone told her about the pomegranate. Demeter was furious. She decided that for the four months Persephone is in the underworld the land would be cold and barren, but when Persephone came back the soil would be fertile and the flowers would blossom and the sun would shine brighter than before.
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