One day, a goddess was born in an emerald forest. She had long, golden locks of hair, a gown of pearly white daisies, and flowers sprung wherever she danced. Her name was Dandelina.
The God of thunder, Zeus, was walking around when he found the girl, deserted. He approached her with a kind smile and asked if she would like to become the Goddess of seeds and to care for Earth's seeds. She happily accepted.
Where is everyone?
For the first few weeks, the humans listened well to the young, naive goddess, working hard, and did everything they could to grow the crops.
Then, the humans soon realized that they had a powerful goddess to do their work for them and lived comfortably knowing they had no work awaiting them in the open, grassy fields.
When Dandelina strode out out do her job in the fields one late afternoon, she saw that no one even bothered to do their share of work. Dandelina realized she had been taken advantage of and the humans became lazy.
Dandelina became enraged, and let out a sharp, pained cry. In that moment, the trees shriveled up as if it was winter, the flowers stopped giving off their sweet spring scent, and everything died.