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Siren's Call

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In mythology siren's were known for their song that lured in sailor's, because of thier beauty, they would often forget how dangerous these siren's were.

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Submitted: November 29, 2011

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Hear the song

So beautiful

But deadly

 

Their feet move by themselves

Their eyes see what is ahead, not what is behind them

In their minds, they can think of only one thing.

 

The song stops when they see her

She welcomes them with a warm smile

But this smile is deciving.

 

Soon they are surrounded

The only song that can be heard are those of the screams of the sailors

Now the only son that can be heard are sirens bringing out new victims.

 

 


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Genre: Historical Fiction

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In mythology siren's were known for their song that lured in sailor's, because of thier beauty, they would often forget how dangerous these siren's were.

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