This is showing Hephaestus getting the river clay.
"I shall make her wise."
"I shall make her a real woman, for I shall give her the gift of curiosity. "
"But I shall make her more beautiful by adding thspark of love."
"We will call her Pandora," he said, "Pandora the All-Gifted. She shall become the bride of Epimetheus.
My name is Pandora and I was created by Hephaestus because Zeus ordered him to. Hephaestus made me out of river clay, and it had flakes of gold in it. He mixed a fragrance of a river rose, the sweetness of honey, and etc.
After I was created Aphrodite gave me the spark of love. Athene gave me the ability to be wise, and lastly Hera, the wife of Zeus gave me the gift of curiosity.
"It is all my fault," If I had thought more about your'e warning and less about my own desires, I could have controlled my curiosity."
"The fault is mine," said Epimetheus. " I should have burned the box."
"Yes," "I am sure we will."
Zeus said I would be the bride of Epimetheus. I will not be empty handed, I will bring my casket, a box of magic, and Zeus's messenger named Herme.
"Do you think we will live?" asked Epimetheus.
I felt very curious about the box. I was told not to open it and I wanted to listen to Epimetheus. I couldn't handle it I went into my room very quietly and I got the box and opened it.
I am in my room getting the box because I'm very curious.
Once I opened the box evil spirits came out and I felt terrible. I should have listened to the gods because now we might not be okay. Epimetheus is going to hate me!
I released all of the bad Epimetheus told me to lift it again to see if there was anything good in there. He was right at the end of the box there was something small and frail. It was hope.