It is about Adonis, the youth who was born from a "union" ((coughcough)) between a father and daughter ((more coughing)). Aphrodite adopted him, and grew to love him. She was also having an affair with Ares, even though she was married to Hephaestus. Ares grew jealous, and, knowing Adonis's love of hunting dangerous animals, changed into a wild boar and gored him to death, spattering blood everywhere and ruining the pertsy field. Out of the blood, grew the anemone flower ((No, not the underwater kind, the land kind)). Aphrodite "still" moans "Adon... Adon!" Through the trees on Mount Lebanon. Almost as cheerful as the Actaeon one.

Born of father and daughter,

Adopted of Aphrodite.

Beware! Beware of Ares!

Addicted to the hunt

To the bay of the hunting dog.

Beware! Beware of Ares!

A boar! A boar! A boar he saw!

Thrill of the hunt growing in his veins.

Beware! Beware of Ares!

Drop spear! Drop bow! Fair Adonis, flee!

For jealous Ares comes for thee!

Beware! Beware of Ares!

Tusks gleam and rip apart!

From blooded ground anemone sprouts forth!

Beware! Beware of Ares!

Adon! Adon! Bemoans fair Aphrodite.

Adon! Adon! Through the trees.

Beware. Beware of Ares.