The Story of Clytie and Apollo isn’t finished with Clytie becoming a flower. Do you want to know what happened afterwards? The first love of the sun god Apollo is a story that does not end with a happy ending. First lovestories rarely do that. This is no different with magnificent sun gods. Daphne, the daughter […]
Clytie and Leucothea, were water nymphs. Early every morning they used to come up from the depths of their river, with other nymphs from neighboring streams and fountains, and dance among the water-plants on its shores. But with the first rays of the rising sun, all the dancers plunged back into the water and disappeared; for that was the law among water-nymphs.