Three Girls of Water

Once upon a time, three small girls dwelled in a castle by the river. Deep green and strong it was, busy in keeping water’s rhythm and unconcerned with the thoughts of the other, natural rivers. Through it’s differences the emerald green river was special to the three girls. For it’s magical powers allowed them to live freely among one another; the children of rivers normal were not allowed to explore the water’s gleaming depths. The three young daughters of Eve walked upon the sunflower fields at the dark of night until their pale footsteps touched damp earth. Twinkling in the moonlights, stones beneath the water’s surface invited them in to release themselves. The river must be blind, for three small girls waited patiently, unaware that their rapids granted them one another, for all other waters specialized in one child. One child more was unheard of. Each girl smiled in remembrance of sparkling nights before as they tugged on their hair plaits, allowing the soft, rich coulour to cascade down their shoulder blades. Green speckled eyes danced between the fog, their smooth skin shimmering of laughter and princesses.

Three Girls of Water

Yourvenice

Oviedo, United States

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