Haiku Friday – Ocean & Shore

The Writer Next Door

“I want to be a mermaid. Mermaids don’t drown.”

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“I am a siren, and for my adoration of mankind, have been caught in fishing nets one time too many. And in those fishing nets I have learned too many unfavorable things about human intentions and the lack of trust and goodwill; I’m not going to allow myself to be caught, anymore. Sirens do well at singing the sirens’ song and dragging vile people to their deaths, and for good reason!”

~ C. JoyBell C.

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Gadreel’s Song

I sang my sweet song

Where ocean waves lapped the shore

Still no mermaids came

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“I must be a mermaid. I have no fear of depths and a great fear of shallow living.”

~ Anaïs Nin

Ocean and Shore are this week’s prompt words chosen…

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