SING ME TO MY GRAVE
First you will come to the sirens who enchant all who come near them. If any one unwairly draws in too close and hears the sining of the Sirens, his wife and children will never welcome him home again, for they sit in a green feild and warble him to death with the sweetness of their song.
Homer The Odyssey
Lilith had received the call.
As she stood on the hill side looking at the same old town she thought of their life there. Nothing of any importance seemed to happen. Her five daughters were unaware of what was going to happen. But tonight, something was going on.
“Mom do we really have to do this again?” Callista was always the one to suffer, yet the purest one of them all. How unfair, yet it was life for them.
“Yes precious, we do”
“What are you going to do? What’s going to happen to all the people here?”
Callista was always the first one to guess what they had asked Lilith to do. She was as frighteningly caring as she was beautiful. But, they thought she was too attached to the humans that were around her.
“They are all going to burn my sweet.”
At that moment the town burst into flames creating a halo of fire around Lilith. And Callista screamed.
Three months later
“Where did you say you were from again?”
Nick was not all bad Aaron supposed, just very annoying. Nick wanted to know everything about Aaron, where he was from, what he liked, everything. Aaron just wanted peace.
He hated being new. He hated moving. New towns meant starting over and not knowing how long he was going to stay. But, being a military ( )at, it was his life.
“I’m from all over the world,” always the same answer to the same question.
“Sweet man. You are going to love it here. Nothing ever happens so you will be a big topic.”
Nick looked over at Aaron. He would have been a topic no matter what. Aaron was 6’1 had black hair and had the strangest eyes Nick had ever seen. It would be great hanging around him.
As the school came into view Aaron sighed.
Here we go again, he thought.
Kari was still upset for Callista. Their mother should not have done what she did.
Nara, Rhea, and Iliana all agreed. No one should have seen that. But, Callista was right in the middle of it.
Lilith always had a way of making an exit. Usually it would mean death for some innocent person or town. This time it had been Nara who had made them move.
She had gotten too attached to some human boy. She had refused to ( )ing him to the lake. An oath they could never ( )eak. Lilith killed him the next night.
Nara had been upset, but she moved on. That was there life, their curse.
The Deadly Five as they were called, and for good reason. All of them were beautiful, so beautiful that men had killed for them. Callista was the crowning jewel. Her hair was the color of fire and the sun combined. Lips redder than any rose, and a figure to die for but it was her eyes that always lured them in. Violet eyes so clear and ( )ight that you could see them from the next room, and looking in them for too long was extremely dangerous.
Nara. Short black hair and lighting blue eyes. Sharp curves and a major attitude.
Kari. Soft ( )own hair and sweet green eyes. She was softer than Nara, but could be just as deadly.
Iliana. Golden hair and golden eyes. The smarts of the five.
Rhea. White blonde hair and grey eyes. The wisest of them all, the thinker or planner.
All deadly in their own way, all loyal to each other. They would kill or die for one another, they were all they had.
“New meat today,” Nara, always so cold and detached said.
“Yes, I saw him on my way in. Not bad looking either.” Rhea put in.
“We must not kill him until Mother sees him.” Iliana had to have her word in.
“I think we should do a walk by to grab his attention.” Kari said.
“Fine. Let’s do it now before the bell.” Callista always had the last say.
She turned and started to walk away. The other four followed.
So the Deadly Five were on the move, hunting their prey.