Hynpos myth event Day 15 bonus day: Favourite deity of your choosing
Clíodhna, the Irish goddess of love and beauty. As well as this she is Queen of the banshees and rules over the sidheog fairies. Because she left Tir Tairngire to be with her mortal lover she was deliberately lulled to sleep and was allowed to be taken by a wave and washed out to sea. The tide there is now named Clíodhna’s wave and it is unsure whether she drowned or returned to Tir Taingire.

Persephone: Roses are red, violets are blue…sunflowers are yellow…tulips come in all kinds of colors…daffodils are also yellow.
Apollo: Was that supposed to be a poem?
Persephone: No, I just like flowers.


all your gods are teenage girls:  persephone, goddess of spring and queen of the underworld

Mother Leeds, a local New Jersey witch, had 12 children and, after finding she was pregnant for the 13th time, cursed the child in frustration. After a long and painful labour on a stormy night, Mother Leeds bore her 13th child. The nurses around the bed were horrified to discover that the baby had a goat’s head, bat wings, and a forked tail. Letting out a blood-curdling screech, it killed the midwife before flying up the chimney and heading into the pines. This is the legend of the Jersey Devil, a beast which still reportedly haunts the forests of New Jersey.