The Heart’s Song of Love and Loss

There was a boy named Orpheus who could play the lyre so beautifully that everyone and everything stopped to listen. His music was so magical that even the wildest animals and the strongest rivers would calm down and listen.

One day, a beautiful girl named Eurydice heard Orpheus’s music. She went towards the music and saw Orpheus playing his lyre. Their eyes met, and they felt a strong connection. It was love at first sight.

Orpheus and Eurydice spent their days happily together. They laughed, played, and Orpheus wrote beautiful songs just for her. His music was now even sweeter because he was in love.

But one day, while they were playing in the field, Eurydice stepped on a snake. The snake bit her, and she became very sick and soon passed away. Orpheus was very sad and decided to do something brave for his love.

Orpheus played his lyre and sang his way into the underworld, the place of the dead. His music was so beautiful that it touched the hearts of Hades and Persephone, the king and queen of the underworld.

Hades and Persephone were so moved by Orpheus’s love for Eurydice and his beautiful music that they decided to let Eurydice go back with him. But they had one rule: Orpheus must not look back at Eurydice until they were out of the underworld.

So Orpheus led the way, with Eurydice following him. He kept walking and walking, always thinking about Eurydice who was just behind him. He couldn’t hear her footsteps, but he trusted that she was there.

But just as they were almost out, Orpheus couldn’t help but turn around to look at Eurydice. He just missed her too much. But because they weren’t completely out of the underworld, Eurydice was pulled back.

From then on, Orpheus played his songs of love and loss under the night sky. His music was filled with so much emotion that it could make anyone listening feel the love he had for Eurydice and the sadness he felt for losing her.

Even though they were separated, their love for each other never died. When Orpheus played his lyre, the wind carried his music to the underworld, where Eurydice could hear it. And for a moment, they were together again, connected through their love and the beautiful music that Orpheus played.

Ann Shrott

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