Daphne...
Water fairy...
Apollon – the God of the sun, music and arrow – teases the God of love, Eros. Due to his anger, Eros decides to show Apollon his place. One day while Apollon was walking around the forest, he notices the seductive water fairy Daphne and he starts beholding her. When Eros - who desires to take revenge on Apollon -  becomes aware of Apollon’s love to Daphne, he  directly darts his love arrows to Apollon and the hatred arrows to Daphne’s heart. Daphne who has been shot by those godlike arrows of Eros, locks her heart away to all of her admirers; furthermore,  Apollon is no longer interested in his victory in wars, his mastery in music or neither in the Kingdom of the Sun. All he cares is the glamorous water fairy Daphne... Someday, his fortitude encourages him to  profess his deep love to Daphne. Grievously, Daphne – who is full of hatred in her heart – escapes from Apollon and she finally asks mother earth for hiding her so, the mother earth considers her desperate rogation. When Apollon was so close to grabbing her, Daphne’s legs harden and all of a sudden, they turn into woods. A shuck coloured grey covers all over her body. Her balmy hair changes into leaves and her petite arms emerge as branches. Her feet move along the bottom of earth. After that day, the branches of Daphne make a crown on Apollon’s head. That is why in mythology,  the heroes were rewarded with crowns made of sweet bay leaves.