King Midas and his Golden Touch

King Midas and his Golden Touch

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  • Silenus
  • Are you Silenus?
  • King Midas 
  • Take him to Bacchus.
  • Midas' Wish
  • Thank you for bringing him, now you may have any wish.
  • Silenus was one of the oldest satyrs. He was wandering helplessly, scarcely able to walk when a peasant found him. The peasant took him to King Midas.
  • The Golden Touch
  • When Bacchus' mother had died Silenus took care of him. Now that Silenus was old and injured King Midas told the peasant to take Silenus to Bacchus
  • The Curse
  • For bringing Silenus to Bacchus, Bacchus gave King Midas any wish he wanted. King Midas let his greed take over and wished that everything he touches turns to gold.
  • The Realization
  • Please no more!
  • Go bathe in the springs, and the golden touch be gone
  • King Midas thought he was the luckiest man in the world. He went out a turned many things into gold.
  • Although this seemed great, it was to good to be true. When he tried to eat a bowl of fruit all the food would turn into gold, and when he tried to drink it turned to gold.
  • King Midas was afriad he would turn his loved ones into gold. He went to Bacchus and begged the god to remove the golden touch. Bacchus told Midas to bathe in the springs and he will be back to normal.
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