Cupid and Psyche
Envious and jealous of the beauty of a mortal woman, Venus asks her son Cupid to make her fall in love with the vilest creature on earth.
Cupid agrees, but when he sees her he falls in love, as he leans over from a distance to kiss her, one of his arrows falls forward and pierces him.
As everyone continues to admire Psyche, her parents consult the oracle, which tells them to leave her on the nearest mountain, for her beauty is far too great for man. Her parents are terrified, but have no choice but to obey the oracle.
But then Zephyrus the west wind carries Psyche to a fair valley into a beautiful palace, where she is attended by invisible servants until night fall.
In the darkness of the night the promised bridegroom arrives and the marriage is consummated.
Cupid visits her every night and makes love to her, but demands she doesn't turn on the light of any lamp because he doesn't want her to know who he is.
Cupid allows Zephyrus to take Psyche to her sisters and take them all to the palace, but tells Psyche not to try and discover who he is.