traveled to Hades to retrieve his wife from death
bit by a snake
found his love's bloody cloak and killed himself
fled a lion; killed herself
his blood turned mulberries red from white.
King who died at sea
She turned into a bird after jumping off a cliff
she was a poor villiager who welcomed Gods into her home
chased by Apollo
turned into a laurel tree
he chased Daphne
she let the light go out, and her love drowned because of it
he swan the Hellespont in a storm to be with his love. Ain't lovers crazy?
She'd rather have an peach than some yucky boyfriend
he proved that a silver tongue winneth a golden heart
he turned himself into an old woman to get his love
she was kissed by an old woman, sort of
he was loved by the moon
he's rather sleepy these days
he's feeling mighty green after eating a bunch of sand/dirt/grass
he was changed into a sea god and fell in love with Scylla
she was transformed into a monster
she transformed Glaucus' love into a monster
she was in love with Glaucus
she was fast on her feet and a heck of a wrestler
he won Atalanta's heart by tossing his apples
a river god who pursued Arethusa
she was changed into a spring of water by Artemis; loved by Alpheus
kissed, caressed, and bought gifts for his self-made statue
you could say she's a blockhead
you could say she's kin to Pinnochio
she was turned into a real women by Aphrodite
she wounded the Calodonian boar, when the men didn't even come close
his time on earth was cut short when his mom burnt a log in the fire.
loved by both Idas, a mortal, and the God Apollo
refused to give up his love to Apollo
this character plays the lyre and was a child of one of the muses
this character is bitten by a snake and dies
Jupiter and Mercury
these two gods in disguise visit a hospitable old couple
love cannot live without trust
themes of the tales of Orpheus and Eurydice as well as Psyche and Cupid. TRUST me, you should know this!
love is transforming
themes of the tales Baucis and Philemon as well as Pyramis and Thisbe, Daphne and Apollo, and Alpheus and Arethusa. Answer quickly, before you CHANGE your mind!
love is worth fighting/working for
themes of the tales Idas and Marpessa, Pomona and Vertumnus, Hero and Leander, and Atalanta and Hippomenes
I love you to death
or Till death do us part can be the themes of Baucis and Philemon, Pyramus and Thisbe, Hero and Leander, and Orpheus and Eurydice
wrestled a god to win his love
Baucis and Philemon's tale could also fit into the category of . . .
she was a priestess of Aphrodite
She couldn't keep the flame burning for her love in a storm. Is this symbolic? Hmmmm???? I guess you'd call her a "fair weather friend"
Morpheus, god of dreams, came to her in the shape of her husband.
his corpse floated to the shore at about the same time as he turned into a bird.
I love you feathers and all
what Alcyone and Ceyx might say to eachother
Leaf me alone!
what Baucis and Philemon might say to one another if they got on eachother's nerves
Why are you lion to me?
what Pyramus might say if he didn't believe Thisbe
I feel burnt out.
what Meleager might say after ticking off his mom
son of a muse and had an amazing musical talent
she's a real witch. No, really. She's a witch.
Asleep, my love?
what Thisbe or Selene might say to their lovers.
Box of sleep
what Psyche opens (on her last task)
he really "springs" into action for Arethusa
You're barking up the wrong tree!
What Daphne might say to Apollo
the pun master ;)