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Aquata Cove - Chapter 32Aquata Cove - Chapter 32 by Feare909
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Chapter 32: Fish Out of Water
As Merrick stood there, leaning on the frame of the sliding door, wearing only some light pink satin boxers, he stares at the vast blue ocean before him.
He glares at the water, almost with contempt, as if bitterly looking into the eyes of a hated opponent.
He so wants to go into the water… He feels the yearn to swim so badly; it’s enough to drive any merman or mermaid mad. Yet if he goes in there… It’s unlikely, but he might not make it back here alive, especially without a proper weapon. And besides that, he can still sense the distant presence of his pod – this moon is just about over, and it’s time for them to move on. Should he have risked himself to see his family again, if only just once, for a very short moment?
“… Nghhh” He grunted as he put a hand to his head, feeling it start to ache again, as a sensation of cold heat blew over h
Spindrift: Part One: Chapter FourteenChapter Fourteen: The Sisters of ArachneSpindrift: Part One: Chapter Fourteen by Alveric2
Anak was accompanied by several of her kind. They were all different in feature, age and size, as people tend to be, but the same in basic form and color. We were led over catwalks and down a stairway. I bore Ari on my back, which the younger spider-folk found amusing for some reason. I’m not empathic or sensitive in any fashion, but I could feel a distinct lack of hostility.
As we continued we saw more and more of the Sisters, with their helper-creatures, all moving along with us, no doubt to the same destination. I began to appreciate the unique grace with which they moved through the Machine, rarely using their arms, occasionally leaping or using their threads. As unnatural as the Machine was, it was clearly their true environment. It would take only a little effort to imagine it as a great forest.
We saw that some carried infants; the younglings wrapping their legs about their mothers
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