A Lover's Ocean

October 16, 2017
By KlieneSchrieben BRONZE, Culpeper, Virginia
KlieneSchrieben BRONZE, Culpeper, Virginia
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Favorite Quote:
"Why is a raven like a writing desk?" -Mad Hatter, Alice in Wonderland


Francesco El Diaqua has waited three years for his wife to return back to Spain, but she hasn't. This worries him and puts him in a depressed state since this will be his third time celebrating their anniversary alone. Meanwhile, stories and legends have been made amoungst those who call Spain home about a legendary goddess who goes by the name Songa: a beautiful maiden goddess who can relay messages to both lovers so long as they are near water. As per usual, Francesco doesn't believe in such "childish stories" and resumes his work down by the docks. The captain of one of the boats, however, is one short of men and Francesco was hired for the job. Now, in the middle of the sea, he mourns about his wife retuning home as he feels the rocking of the boat in the wild sea. Unfortunately, Songa has other plans for him once he was alone.


A Lover's Ocean

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