Sea Micro Fic #14

From my patreon: Sharks are more gentle than dolphins. Dolphins are murderers, killers, rapers. They delight in the thrill of the hunt and the kill. Sharks hunt out of necessity, because they must to live. They take only what they need to further their existence, nothing more. “Hunt only what you must,” the shark mothers … Continue reading Sea Micro Fic #14

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Sea Micro Fic # 13

Bright light, low waves washing up on the dark blue scales of a mermaid tail. Sand dusted her from muscular, thrashing fin to sharp, claw tipped fingers clawing the soft beach as she struggled to pull herself up and further up out of the icy water. Victory burned deep in her chest, warming her. She … Continue reading Sea Micro Fic # 13

Incubate

The egg was nestled in a dusty jar, settled in the far back of an overfull cupboard bulging with dusty tin cans and dirtier jars. Little light reached the egg, and the incubus was glad of it: no real children could be born after being drenched in sun, and play, and laughter. Every fortnight, the … Continue reading Incubate