Seastars Shine - Mermaid TransformationSeastars Shine - Mermaid Transformation2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The sea, as anyone will tell you, is a place of mystery. Of change, charm, and challenges. Change: the magnificent way in which the water's workings astound us. Charm: the way the creatures of the deep can make us smile, then lurch back in terror. And Challenge: the difficulty in exploring it all, or even attempting to. To the people of the Candlelit Coast, the seastars were all three. Like a veil of glitter across the ocean water, the seastars were countless lights, shimmering upon the surface, bright enough to rival the stars of the sky. A yearly phenomenon, and to understand it was a Challenge, certainly, and its Charm went without saying.
But, malleable as the ocean is, even its most trusted constants can Change ... And for that, today, the seastars would make all the Change in the world.
The sun's light gleamed against the cove's walls and cliffs. The little nook among the stone was like a private pool to anyone who knew about it, and to anyone who wanted peace from the
The SirenI approached the swelling tides and as I neared the black waters they came to a quiet stillness.The Siren2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
My clothing evaporated into a fading vapor and unveiled pale skin afore the instant my bare
toes met with the warmth of the sea’s kiss. I walked deeper into the soothing embrace and
felt the flesh of legs and feet give way to ebony scale and fin. I let my eyes fall to a close and
lowered my head beneath the moonlit surface, parting my lips to a silken caress. I calmly
breathed in the soft flow and opened silver eyes to sunken depths.
And it was in that moment that silence was broken by haunting song.
Maria and John: A Mermaid TransformationMaria and John: A Mermaid Transformation1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
Maria’s long brown hair was blown across her face by the wind. By the cool sea breeze.
She didn’t bother brushing it aside.
No, she had far too much on her mind. Too much, and so she had thought the beach would be a quiet, calming place to be. But if the shouting, screaming, laughing voices of the beach-goers were any indication, she was wrong. She thought the voices were as irritating as the cold gale. Why are there people here at all, on a day as windy as this? Just because summer was on its way didn’t mean people had to be down on the beach, rain or shine.
She walked across the sand, tugging her orange jacket tight around her. She didn’t plan to go swimming. Not today.
I wonder how I did. The last of her exams were done, and she would receive her results soon. Why can’t I stop thinking about them? It’s a good thing I’ll get them soon – the suspense would kill me over summer – but . . . what if I failed? What if I
The Little Mermaid's Obession StoryThe Little Mermaid's Obession Story3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Darkness...that was all he could see. It all happened so fast, so sudden, but yet he fell into the trap. Who was his kidnapper? What was the trap? It all started when the young prince was out in front of his castle, on his personal beach taking a stroll. He had a lot to think about, since his marriage was to be the next day.
At the same time, the prince remembered meeting a beautiful young girl around his age with long dirty blond hair and aqua colored eyes in the same spot he was. Her long hair fanned out as she laid there in silence. It seemed as if the young girl was washed up and had no place to go. He took her in, cared for her, even allowed her to live with him...but she never spoke. Yesterday she disappeared from the castle, from his eyes...but he couldn't comprehend what had happened to her.
But here he was, remembering those times. He fought back, bringing his arms above his head and moving them frantically to bring himself above the water, back to shore. But that wasn't be, t
Beating the summer's heatBeating the summer's heatBeating the summer's heat2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
By The Shadow Demon
(Women into mermaid)
"God I hate this weather!" Heather moans whipping away the sweat from her brow as the air conditioner in the apartment was broken causing her and her room mate and best friend Samantha to feel the heat.
"Hate the landlord for not fixing the air conditioner!" Samantha said using her hand as a fan to cool herself down as she sits next to her friend.
"When did he say he'll get around to it again?" Heather asks.
"About two weeks ago!" Samantha moans.
"God, there's got to be something to beat this heat!" Heather explains standing up whipping off the sweat off her face.
"We got no air con, we're roaming around with just a bra and undies and unless you want to attempt to jump into the fridge's freezer we got nothing else!" Samantha explains.
"Well I wish we could just beat this heat!" Heather growls.
"Yeah well if wishers were horses " Samantha began to say before a knock on their door cause the two to turn it.
"Just a mi
Jillisa Mermaid Transformation StoryThe weekend had finely come for Jillisa. It had been a long hard week at the office and she needed a escape for the weekend, so she went to the beach. When she got there she found the beach crowded with people. Turned out that she was not the only one thinking of the beach this fine beautiful day in California. The boardwalk was not so crowded, and long the boardwalk were small shops or vendors with portable stands selling everything from cool pop to trinkets, to jewelry. Bored and disappointed at not finding a good spot in the sand to just lay out and enjoy the sun she browsed along checking out the different sellers, and what they had to offer. Jillisa stood out in the crowd of people walking along the boardwalk. Sure she was attractive with full breast, shapely legs, long brown hair, and soft blue eyes, but what made her stand out was that she was one of those that loved the color pink. It was her favorite color. She wore a 2 piece pink bikini, pink flip flops, and carried a pink puJillisa Mermaid Transformation Story3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Contractor: Cliche much?Contractor: Cliché much?Contractor: Cliche much?2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
By The Shadow Demon
(Woman into mermaid)
The following is two requests in one, Lasserine request for me to turn a woman into a mermaid, Prettycure1fan wanted me to turn her and she didn’t care what so I figured two birds, one stone. Enjoy.
“Come on Natalie, push, push!” Natalie thought to herself as she paddles through the water as hard as she could, as she tries to beat her record but most of all to beat Yasmine’s time. At fifteen years, Natalie was the fastest in the swimming team that was until Yasmine came in, just a year younger then her Natalie and already on the swimming team for destroying Natalie’s personal record. As Natalie’s hand hit against the wall of the pool, she shot her head out of the water to look at the large clock on the wall to see she may have just broke her own record buy a few seconds but was no where near beating Yasmine’s time.
“Damn it!” Natalie cried out hitting her fist
Lemonade (BrucexReader) One-ShotLemonade (BrucexReader) One-Shot10 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
It was Cinco de Mayo
Pillow case on his head
No more breathing time
An ambulance sped
Sped 'round every corner
Calling out his name
The sound of sirens echoed throughout the night, making all the neighbors wake up alarmed. The high pitched sound sent a stir throughout the small town and made everyone wonder what was wrong. Little Bruce Banner had bolted out of bed as soon as he had heard the sound. His small legs carried him as fast as he could as he ran to your house. His chocolate brown locks stuck to his forehead with sweat and he was panting like a dog while he ran. He followed the sound of sirens and ended up at your house that faced the corn fields.
The ambulance halted to a stop where men dressed in white piled into your house. He saw your mother exit your house with your father following quickly after her. Your mother had a crumpled up handkerchief in her hand that was clasped over her chest. She clung onto the post of the house, tears
Heather, A Mermaid TaleHeather, A Mermaid Tale1 year ago in Settings More Like This
Heather swam up the tunnel of what use to be a part of the New York City subway. She had been up these lines many times. Hell, this is the line that the unexpected change in her life happened. New York City, now underwater, like most coastal cities on the North and South American Continents, was abandoned by the ‘normal’ human beings. A year ago the sea levels unexpectedly rose, engulfing most modern cities on the coast of their respected continents within hours. However, that was not the most shocking part of the day. For reasons unknown, many thousands across the globe suddenly turned into mermaids or mermen once the water rushed inland and overtook them. About 1% of the population changed.
Heather was no different. She changed into a mermaid like others did. She was ashamed to be a mermaid for the first several months of being a mermaid, since it wasn’t a part of her upbringing to think about life outside of the box. Yet, once she found that being a
Loreley PrologueLoreley Prologue4 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
We all sat around the fireplace big eyes and our mouth's open. Old grandmother Willow was about to tell us a story.
"Story time!" Yelled my brother Timmy.
My three sister and two younger brothers sat waiting for grandmother Willow to begin. As for me I stood by the window with my arms across my chest staring out to sea. Slowly grandmother Willow sat down in her old oak chair and smiled at us.
"What kind of story do you want to hear tonight?"
"A love story!" Cooed my twin sister, the little one to shy to speak.
"A sea story." Timmy screamed jumping up.
I snorted and ran my hand through my hair. Being the oldest I never believed in fairy tales. Mother and father ran the town, Queen Ariel and King Eric. We lived in a big castle that was by the sea. All we have to do is run outside and the sea is our backyard. Mother loved the sea and father was the caption of the sea fleet. Naturally we'd love the sea. Everyone but my little sister Maggie loved the sea.
Mother told us, "Born to
Opheli the MerboyOpheli the Merboy3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It didn't take him much time to realize his legs were no longer of service. Opheli didn't know the dangers of lurking in the warm waters near the coast of South Korea, despite his mother and father's warnings to not venture out into the deep sea. He was angry when he made that poor decision. His parents had told him to stay away from the tides while he watched his peers diving and exploring the open beach.
He was tired of it. Tired of his parents keeping him from doing what he was interested in. Why could everyone else do what they pleased but he? Without thinking, he ran into the ocean and dove in, stripping himself of his garments in the process. Swimming deeper and deeper into the sea, he couldn't help but notice a strong pain in his legs as they stopped responding and paralyzed.
He tried to gasp, but only for the salted water of the ocean to fill his lungs. He choked and gagged, trying desperately to move his legs to the surface but to no avail. Then his legs were moving...toward e
MermaidsMermaids3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Breathing water shes filling her lungs
Making bubbles escape
Floating seashells of whisking waves
Ballerina dances her fins at play
Scales that glycine with lights reflections
Mocking her infinite beauty
To the depths as she swims
Collecting her seaflowers
Like gold charms of the ocean
And while she moves with grace in motion
Kicking the sand from bottoms floor
Scattered shells of moving misfits flow
Long hair flowing like winds are blowing
Beneath the sea of intrepid waves
Schools of fish give guided tours
Flushing sounds of swooshing tones
Her arms at reach on Marlins games
Singing songs of whales first coo
Never to leave her sea of friends
She rides the turtles stone cold shell
Hugging the flight she loves
To ride an endless journey that guides
Her dreams like icicle chips upon her tongue
And blue whales jump with happiness
She flies like a dolphin
Through waters bliss
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Transformation Chapter 4Jackie wasn't used to diving a boat so it an awkward trip back, but she pulled the boat up to the dock and tied it up. "Let's check you to a doctor." She said.Transformation Chapter 44 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Bonnie stood up and stepped onto the dock. "I don't need a doctor. I'm fine."
"You almost died."
"That's the thing about dying. You either do or you don't." Bonnie replied. She started to walk off.
Jackie reached out and stopped her friend. "Come on. Let's get you checked out. It'll make me feel better."
"Bonnie pushed Jackie's hand off. "You know I distrust doctors. I told you I'm fine. I just want to go home take a shower and get some sleep."
Jackie sighed. It was no use. Bonnie could be very stubborn when she wanted to be. "Fine., but I'll be over to check on you after while."
Bonnie sighed. "Alright." She then walked off.
After a short walk, Bonnie arrived at a white one story house overlooking the bay. She put her key in the door and walked in. She turned around and stared out the large bay window at the ocean. She couldn't
Twin ChangesSteve stopped the car in front of his parents’ house, he looked at his watch; it was nearly one pm. As a recent college graduate, earning his Bachelors in Civic Engineering, Steve was proud of his achievement. He felt that a few weeks off from real life was warranted and wanted to stay with his family before going on the job trail. Steve’s parents didn’t live in the wealthiest neighborhoods in suburban Boston but he was lucky enough to have a decent middle-class life growing up. Being 22 years old, Steve is the oldest of three children, having two younger identical twin sisters who were 18 and in their senior year of high school. His two sisters were both on the varsity swim and water polo teams. Their athletic ability far out did Steve’s, although Steve was the sibling that got the brains of the group and got a full academic scholarship to MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Looking out the window at his childhoTwin Changes1 year ago in Settings More Like This
Jillisa Mermaid Transformation Story 2Jillisa crawled out of his arms, then looked around. Light showed through a crack in the ceiling of the cavern allowing her to see the cavern in better light. There still was not much to see, the bang sticks, 3 water tight plastic suitcases, a 43 inch rubber power spear gun with 2 rubber band and a reel just ahead of the trigger, a small spear gun that looked like a pistol version, this one didn't have any rubber tubing on it. Which was on a flexible rubber dive belt. She was later to learn it was powered by a piston in side. A 63 inch long spear gun with a reel ahead of the trigger. Next to this spear gun was a carbon fiber pole spear, which was just a carbon fiber pole spear that was connected to a bit of rubber tubing. All of the spear guns were made of either aluminum or carbon fiber. A short handle 2 foot oval fisherman's landing net with a 2 1/2 long fiberglass pole and neoprene gloves sat along another wall. In another spot were different sizes and shapes of scuba mesh wirJillisa Mermaid Transformation Story 22 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Melissa's ChangeMelissa leaned onto the fence of the valley enclosure. The high wooden fence encompassed a vast grass valley which extended for just under a square mile. Melissa would take the horses that her family owned out to this valley to get some exercise. She always enjoyed bringing the horse out to pasture because it mean that she got to see them run gracefully in a pack. Ever since she was a little girl Melissa always enjoyed being around horses. She enjoyed riding them as if they were a part of her since was a young age of 6. Being of the age of 23 Melissa still held a job at her parents' horse breeding ranch. She didn't feel the need to go to college because she was just happy enough to be around horses all day. There were times where she wished she was a horse so she could feel as free as a horse did as they galloped across the land in peace.Melissa's Change2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Smiling in contentment, Melissa watched the horse romp around the valley. A sudden wind blew her long brunette colored hair across her fac
The Next Evolution Ch 8Time passed. Naury was in labor, Michelle and Tony were eating sandwiches on the beach while they waited, Dr. Chase and his crew were waiting for news and gathering as much intel on Dr. Latrell as they could, and Emina and I were in a van bound for Bakersfield.The Next Evolution Ch 81 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
None of our captors had ate anything either, so I didn't seem to feel as hungry as I might've been, even though my watch said it was well after one by the time we arrived in Bakersfield.
Among many thoughts that were going through my head at the time, I admitted that I've always wondered why I-40 didn't go into Bakersfield. That thought boiled on the back burner as my eyes drifted towards Emina, who continued to look towards me for help. She couldn't have been doing well by any measure of the mind.
As much as I wanted to complain, shock or maim them, shooting lightning inside a metal van would also affect a metal glass tank - I didn't want to risk it. But the longer I had to wait, the longer I real
Transformation Chapter 7Bonnie walked aimlessly close to where the waves were hitting the land. She kept her eyes on the empty horizon and ever once a while would take a deep breath of the ocean air. After an hour or so she sat down in the sand to take a rest.Transformation Chapter 74 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Bonnie was so lost in her thoughts that she didn't notice that it started to rain. The rain actually felt good hitting against her skin. At least it did before her legs started to itch again.
"Stupid dry skin." she gripped. Her legs were itching like crazy all over. After scratching like crazy, she decided to head home and rub some moisturizer on her problematic legs. As soon as Bonnie stood up, she fell forward and landed on her face.
She used her arms to lift her upper body off the ground and spit out a mouth full of sand. "What in the world?" She tried to stand up but it felt like her legs were fused together.
Finally she got the nerve to look down at her legs. She let out a loud scream.
Her legs really were fused together! To make matters worse the
Transformation Chapter 11Bonnie spun around and came face to face with the blonde haired, green tailed mermaid. "I knew I made a good choice when I picked you to use the spell on." she saidTransformation Chapter 114 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Bonnie smiled and started to swim circles around the mermaid. " I don't remember why I came down in the first place, but I'm glad I did." Bonnie was amazed that her voice carried so well underwater.
The mermaid smiled and kissed Bonnie again."I'm glad you did too. I never realized how lonely I was until I saw you swimming. You looked so natural that I knew I had to find a way to let you stay in the water always."
There was some reason Bonnie was supposed to be angry with the mermaid, but she couldn't remember why. "Must not have been important."
Bonnie was having so much fun. She started to do a series of little jumps around the boat.
"Stop playing around. We need to change you back." Jackie yelled.
The mermaid heard Jackie yelling and came up with a plan. Instead of her dealing with the Land walker that has seen to much, s
So How Does Your Costume Fit-2So How Does Your Costume Fit-23 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The Enchanted Threads was near the edge of town, so Sylvie and Taryn stopped by their houses to pick up their bicycles. Sylvie's was a six speed racing bike that she often took out to the park to practice by racing on the trails. Taryn's was a touring bike that she used to cruise around town. It even had a small white wicker basket on the front that she used to carry groceries and stuff for her mother.
As the girls rolled Taryn's bike from the garage, they heard the upstairs window slide open. "Hi, girls." Came a weak, reedy voice. It was Taryn's mother.
"Hey, Mrs. Grogan. How are you feeling today?" asked Sylvie kindly at the voice.
"Much better today, dear." Said the voice. "Taryn, sweetheart?"
"Yes Mom?" shouted Taryn, holding the bike.
"Could you stop at the store on your way home and pick up my medicine?"
"Sure thing mom." Taryn shouted. The sound of the upper window closing signaled an end to the conversation, and Mrs. Grogan's strength.
"Your mother so
The AuditionThe AuditionThe Audition7 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Sarah looked stood and looked at the audition that the Aquarium was holding, to see who would come and help them with their attraction. They had decided to put up a sailors tales display, involving many sea creatures of legend, including mermaids. Sarah read the sign saying that they needed an actress (around 15-18) with good lungs and good swimming abilities to play the role of a live mermaid for the show. She knew that she could do the job, for she had taken up scuba diving as a hobby and always tried out for plays for the school drama, so she entered the building. Sarah had expected a long queue of girls waiting to be questioned for the job, but the place was empty except for a man with a banner over head saying Auditions this way. She approached him and he looked at her.
Here for the Audition of the mermaid? he asked looking her up and down, sizing her up.
Yes, I was looking for a part time job. I have all of my qualifications here.
Gilbert Blythe to Anne ShirleyGilbert Blythe to Anne Shirley6 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
Gilbert Blythe to Anne Shirley
Youre off again in Neverland
searching secretly for your Peter Pan,
glancing through Hooks looking glass
when suddenly wind pushes the mast,
and Wendys voice of reason whispers,
You wont find him here.
Am I the death of childish dreams?
Do my dark eyes evoke screams
that carry into the vast night
with the Highwaymans fatal flight?
Where says the Lady of Shalott,
You wont find him in Camelot.
Nothing has to change now, Anne,
but your answer to this rejected man.
For I dont want literature with merits
all I want is you, Carrots.
And I murmur to you in sweet reality,
Hell always be with you in Avonlea.
Sea FoodSarah has been out of work for a few months now and is getting very desperate to find any kind work. She wants to pay her landlord, but sadly is barely scraping by. She did hold a few part time jobs, but she did not last long.Sea Food9 months ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
While browsing for work, Sarah came across an ad looking for a mascot for a new sea food restaurant opening in town. “Pays well with lots of great benefits” It almost screamed at her. That night, she could not sleep at all, all she was thinking of was this job. She got ready early, making sure, she looked good enough to get the job. As she was walking in the hallway, her landlord stopped her, asking where the past due rent was. Sarah told him not to worry, she has an amazing job lined up and will even give him extra.
Transformation Chapter 5Bonnie tossed and turned for hours. Her body was tired but her mind was to active to drift off to sleep. After a couple hours, she couldn't take just lying there anymore. She got up and walked to the large window in the living room.Transformation Chapter 54 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The full moon was high in the sky. In the moonlight Bonnie could make out the outline of the waves crashing against the shore. She walked outside and sat on her porch to get a better view.
She wasn't sure how long she listened to the sound of the ocean beating against land. After a while the waves weren't all that she heard.
"Bonnie. Bonnnnnnnnnie." a female voice called.
The voice could barely be heard over the ocean sounds causing Bonnie to have to concentrate to make sure she heard anything at all.
"Bonnie. Come back." the voice called.
"Who's there?" she yelled out into the night.
"Come back. I need you." the voice replied. It sounded like it was coming from the beach.
Bonnie's curiosity got the better of her. She stood up and walked down to the beach.