The Water Lily

The Water Lily

I was given a prompt and now I give you another side to our world.

How does it work?
  • The Water Lily
    Published 10 months ago
    Arrows and Roses - Chapter 7

    Arrows and Roses - Chapter 7

    Thanatos spotted her, from the shadows, going into the cave. She was hard to miss in a place of darkness, she was like a campfire in a forest and she was attracting all kinds of attention. In the corner of his eye, something moved in the shadows and he drifted closer. He pulled the hood of his cloak over his face, as he neared the entrance.
  • The Water Lily
    Published 10 months ago
    Arrows and Roses - Chapter 6

    Arrows and Roses - Chapter 6

    “What is like to love and be loved?” he elaborated.
  • The Water Lily
    Published 10 months ago
    Arrows and Roses - Chapter 5

    Arrows and Roses - Chapter 5

    Thanatos watched in fascination as she drifted towards the young couple. She went like a moth to a flame. He watched her image shimmer for a second like a mirage. She was using a glamour to hide herself. Glamours would never cease to amaze him. It was comical how mortal eyes simply couldn’t see something so large and obvious, even when it was standing right in front of them.
  • The Water Lily
    Published 10 months ago
    Arrows and Roses - Chapter 4
  • The Water Lily
    Published 10 months ago
    Arrows and Roses - Chapter 3

    Arrows and Roses - Chapter 3

    Thanatos stifled a groan. It wasn’t that he wanted to be paired up with Erosa. But being in the same room as the woman did something strange to him. Seeing her again only reminded him of what he wanted but he always believed he could never have.
  • The Water Lily
    Published 10 months ago
    Arrows and Roses - Chapter 2

    Arrows and Roses - Chapter 2

    “Than the Man! I see you’re still rockin’ the suits.” Apollo winked, causing Thanatos to clear his throat and adjust his tie. I guess he still didn’t know how to respond to Apollo’s flirting. I don’t blame him, most women swoon, and I do know for a fact that some of them have even fainted.