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Daddy Hades

By ncalkins

Humor / Adventure

Chapter 1

DADDY HADES

Ch1 By ncalkins I don't own Percy Jackson and the Olympians

Warning : out of character

Snow fell in the city of New York a blanket of white covering every thing. A little boy of five was running and where he ran drops of blood littered the snow. The young boy had black hair and sea green/blue eyes that were red from crying, something the boy was still doing. The young boy ran to a park and hid among the trees. Curling into a ball with his head on his knees and arms rapped around his legs. This boy's name is Percy Jackson.

At the same time a tall man was taking a walk his eyes a dark blue so dark almost black that seemed to held a millions years of wisdom. Shoulder length black hair tied into a pony tail and dressed in black. Shadows seem to follow and swirl around him. His name is Hades. He spots Percy Jackson in the snow crying. Hades walked over to Percy not knowing why but his heart tugged at the sight of Percy, looking up with a runny nose and teary eyes.

"What's wrong and why are you bleeding." Hades asked in a deep voice. Percy stared at the 6ft tall man sort of scared but something told him that the man would not hurt him.

"My mom doesn't want me. I heard her and her boyfriend talking about money and her boyfriend said she would have more money and less worries if I was not around. She agreed so I ran to my room." Percy sniffed. Hades crouched down and gave Percy a tissue from his pocket.

"And why are you bleeding?" Percy blow his nose. "My mom and her boyfriend got drunk. Her boyfriend hated my so he took out his belt and began to whip me and kicked me and punched me. Mommy just stood there and watched."

Percy looked at Hades face and saw a glimpse of anger. Hades reached out his hand and touched Percy's arm suddenly Percy's pain went away. His eyes widened and he looked down expecting bruises and welts, but none were there.

"Y-You healed me." Percy stuttered.

Hades nodded "My names is Hades."

Percy looked up suddenly shy. "Hades like the Greek god?"

Hades nodded "yes". Percy smiled a joy filled smile that kind of blinded Hades and Hades couldn't help smiling back.

"My name is Percy Jackson. Nice to meet you Mr. Hades and thank you for healing me."

Hades felt joy, and warmth at helping this small child called Percy. "Would you like me to take you home or would like me to take you with me?"

For some reason Hades wanted Percy to say he wanted to go with him. Percy thought about it then smiled real big. "I want to go with you Mr. Hades."

Hades smiled and picked Percy up into his arms. "Please just Hades." He said and in a swirl of shadows they were gone.

Review! "Please" said Percy giving puppy dog eyes of doom.

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