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Zeus and Apollo

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  • I am good dad. Thank you, love you.
  • Hey son how are you? I will raise you like me.
  • I will teach you well and make you strong.
  • I will always be prepared to fight for the kingdom.
  • Thanks, dad, I love you, and I won't take it for granite.
  • Son, Apollo, I now pronounce you the lord of mice.
  • In 200 B.C, this is when the father Zeus tells his son Apollo that he will raise him like his self and will make him strong. Apollo is very young and wants to be like his dad, strong, and willing to defend his kingdom.
  • Dad, can I please marry Daphne.
  • No, you will never.
  • Later on, this is when the son Apollo is ready to defend his kingdom. The dad Zeus is saying that he will teach Apollo everything that he need to know. Apollo can't wait to be older and keep his kingdom safe.
  • Daphne, will you marry me?
  • Yes, of course i will marry you!
  • Years later, the father is pronouncing the son, Apollo the lord of mice. Apollo is strong and deserves it.  He is so excited to receive the crown. Zeus is really proud of Apollo and wants him to do the right things in life.
  • 1.  I uhhh, got married to Daphne.
  • 2. Listen, I love her and she will treat me well and she has a good personality.
  • 1. Are you serious.
  • About two years later, Apollo wants to marry Daphne but his dad, Zeus won't let him. Zeus didn't want Apollo to get married because of the money, and is afraid that Daphne will take advantage of Apollo's love for her.
  • Instead of obeying his father, Apollo married Daphne. A couple years after they got married Daphne really loved Apollo but Apollo didn't love her back. Daphne tried to get Apollo's love and she did. They lived together and spent a lot of time together.
  • Apollo needed to tell his father, so he tells his dad, Zeus, that he got married to Daphne. Zeus doesn't really like the idea but after Apollo explains everything, Zeus let's it go and is happy for Apollo. Apollo is really thankful that his dad approves of the marriage. And they all live happily ever after.
  • 2.  Okay son, I feel that you should do what you need to do at the right time. 
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