jellydragon, The Reader
I tend to try and not think about the reality of my mortality.
"Morpheus (Greek: Shaper of Dreams) in Greek mythology is the God of Dreams, leader of the Oneiroi. He has the ability to take any human form and appear in dreams. According to Hesoid, Morpheus is the son of Nyx, the primordial goddess of the Night, produced parthenogenically, or as Cicero claims, with Erebus, the embodiment of Darkness. He is the oldest of triplets known as the Oneiroi, along with Icelus and Phantasos. For this reason, he is also referred to as Oneiros. The Oneiroi are attendants of Hypnos, the God of Sleep, bringing dreams to the mortals and gods who fall under the power of Sleep. "
No one batted an eye when the Olympians meddled in the affairs of the mortals. The Flood, the Trojan War, the Age of Heroes. But when Morpheus, the shaper of dreams, takes interest in a consciously advanced tribe of foxes, the precarious order of all things is forever thrown into disarray.