Poseidon Essay | Poseidon's Wrath

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Poseidon's Wrath

Summary: A fictional story describing Odyssey's struggle with Poseidon.
As our ship peacefully sailed through the sky-blue sea our thought remained focused on the narrow escape we had just recently endured. We had felt the joy of students receiving A's on their exams Dealing with Cyclopes was a horrendous and unforgettable adventure yet his death was soon to be avenged upon us. Cyclopes was the son of the great Poseidon, the God of the sea. We were surprised Poseidon's fury had not struck us yet to revenge on his son`s death. Although the time of his attack was unknown to all, we were aware of the fact that it would eventually be destined upon us and I Odyssey was determined to get my men and ship safely back home.

From a distance the sweet smell of our island drifted among us and caught our sense of smell like the scent of fresh baked during breakfast time...

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