I will tell Zephyrus this and brag about being a better father than him, a GOD.
We all despise our father Zephyrus.
I can not wait to tell Zephyrus that his children despise him, their own father.
Leave me be and tell my children to never speak to me or come here again.
Your children don't love you but my children love me, you are a bad father.
One morning Aethon went outside his house in his town in Greece and heard Zephyrus' children whispering about how they despised their father. He decided to travel to Zephyrus and tell him about how he was a better father than him, a GOD.
Look what you did Aethon!
Aethon traveled many miles to find Zephyrus, and finally after many days reached his destination.
After Zephyrus heard what Aethon had to say, he ordered Aethon to leave and for him to tell his children to never speak to him or try to see him again.
Do not mess with the Gods...
Zephyrus was so upset that he went to Aethon's hometown and cried tears of raindrops and occasionally shot lightning bolts from his fingers when he was especially upset. He stayed for the rest of eternity torturing Aethon and the townspeople with bad weather.
One day Zephyrus had a mad fit of anger and cast down a storm of thunder and lightning worse than all of those before then. The lightning bolts struck Aethon and his family and ot sadly ended their lives.
The townspeople recieved occasional rain and storms caused by Zephyrus from then on, and realized to never speak badly of or think themselves better than the Gods ever again.