Of Different Waters

Of Different Waters

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TransientGuest By TransientGuest Completed

When Ronan was thirteen and started giving people electrical shocks whenever he touched them, he asked his mom why it was happening. She immediately answered static electricity. When he tried to explain that he knew it wasn't static she changed her story saying instead that his father used him as a lightning rod during a bad storm and he happened to be hit by a strong bolt.
And for some reason he believed that story...
Now... nine years later, he's found he can do more than shock people.  He can talk to fish.  He thought about asking his mother how something like that could be possible, but he doesn't think he'd get a straight answer.  He's beginning to think she's keeping something from him.

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When it said something about him being a twig but ate like a pig- I literally thought of my younger cousin x,D
MaLynn__ MaLynn__ Jun 12
First off sir you should know something is different about you if you where born with blue frickin hair
I just googled that snake in nose thing and watched a video of it and I can sincerely say I regret it.
DjAngelwolf DjAngelwolf Sep 19
Man there are a lot if things I can do as a Poseidon kid. I have a close connection to horses and can predict the weather using nothing but a natural body of water. But communicateing to fish like that is something I can't do... Yet
I can relate to having colored hair and being thought of as a no good punk. 
                              
                              People fear me and my purple hair. 
                              And ripped jeans. 
                              And leather fingerless gloves. 
                              And hot topic everything. 
                              
                              Ohh I get it now.
We have a tank full of fish in our Science class, whenever I walk past it, I always say the same thing: "You all must be so fricken bored..."