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A Siren's Love

A Siren's Love

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Kaytlyn ✨ By herlittlenightmare Updated Mar 12


"What are you?" I whispered, my eyes still riveted on her form from where she stood a few feet away from me. Water dripped and rolled off of her skin and the plop, plop of each drop seemed ridiculously loud even over the roar of the sea.

Her long lustrous white hair nearly reached her knees and waved slightly in the breeze. Her cerulean blue eyes had darkened to match the sea and a faint glow radiated from them. 

My eyes fought to stay connected to hers, it was so tempting to look down at her pearly skin that was so fully on display. The silver crown on her head dipped slightly as she lowered her head. 

"I am yours." Her siren's voice spoke, wrapping me in lyrics that I didn't know the language of but it didn't matter because my body knew the song.

ButtonSweets23 ButtonSweets23 Jul 02, 2016
Pfffffft, holy sshit, this girl has some serious survival skills lol
Pfft, I don't ask that question. I usually sleep through the whole thing, or ask, "How long do we have left?" Because, obviously, We're not there yet. 😂🍵🐸
sayinghello sayinghello Nov 08, 2016
                              People who shower long are more likely to feel lonely and isolated. They subconsciously use the "scalding shower" as a way to feel emotional warmth. 
                              lol, the more you know~
This is what exactly happened to me in new Jersey at the beach. It happened 8 times
This is exactly what happened when I went about five feet into the ocean once.