Sirenia sighs, letting the warm drafts of air carry her. She felt no need to rush home, whatever that was. She had hardly remained in one place longer than a few weeks and the idea of having a home was so foreign...
Castiel silently followed Sirenia and Mike. He made no attempt to be careless, because something felt familiar about one of them. He didn't know but what he did know was that it had something to do with his past which he didn't remember.
Koichi glared up at the flying away Castiel and sighed.She stretched her wings before flapping them once and finally taking off.Koichi moved at a slower pace where she could see Castiel but was farther away.
Mike landed when they reached the house. It was a huge house. "we are here"he said. He unlocked the door and walked in. he left the door open for the others. he sat on his chair and waited.
Siren folds her wings gently against her back, walking in and leaning against the wall. For now she was more than willing to remain silent and observe.
Castiel saw them land on outside of the door, he stayed there hovering in the air. He observed curiously.
Mike can feel castiel outside. he didnt trun to face the door. "come in in you want" he shouted knowing that castiel would hear him. He picked up a book and read.
Castiel's cover was blown, he slowly went into the house, "so you caught me." Castiel looked in the around, "where's Sirenia?"
"Right here," Siren says, rolling her eyes. "I'm not invisible, Castiel."
He turned his head towards her, "oh, sorry... I was- I-..." Castiel wondered if she'd know his past. "I was wondering if you knew me in the past... Because I woke up one day and my memory was gone. I don't know how but there's this barrier that's blocking my memories... I was wondering if you'd know." Castiel came to the conclusion.
"Castiel, you know me... You used to love me and you said... You said you'd come back for me but you never did..." Sirenia shakes her head, looking away to hide the tears threatening to fall.
Castiel froze, "what?..." Castiel stood there for a moment, "but I don't remember. I don't remember anything before I woke up on that snowbank."
"Of course not," Sirenia mutters bitterly, shaking her head. "I can't believe I actually thought you would come back. And now you're with that girl... Koichi."
Castiel looked at Koichi, "um... No. I'm actually not really... With her. It never really felt right to be with her so I was careful what I did with her." Castiel was kind of embarassed, he didn't know why he admitted that out loud but it was too late.
Siren begins pacing, shaking her head and muttering to herself in a mixture of French and English. "You don't remember me... After hundreds of years, you don't remember me..."
"Didn't you hear me?" Castiel hissed with anger, "I don't remember my past. Nothing of it." He threw his hands out.
Sirenia whirls on him, her electric purple eyes flashing in anger. "I told you not to go and you didn't listen! It's your fault, Castiel, that you can't remember."
Castiel stopped. He certainly didn't object that. "It may be my fault. But don't you want to find out what happened to me after I left you?" Castiel said, "because I do!"
Sirenia flinches, falling silent. "I'm sorry... I just... Maybe I should go," she says quietly, running a hand through her hair, silent tears running down her cheeks.