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France X Reader Mermaid in my Dreams Chapter 1
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Francis awoke in the middle of the night, just like most nights before. Every night for some time now, he had been having the same dream, and each night the dream seemed to become clearer and clearer, but it still made no sense to him. The first night he had this dream, all he saw was the open sea and nothing more. A few nights after that, he had seen the open blue sky and a shore along the same sea he had seen before.
It was only the past few nights that he had seen her. A strange yet beautiful young girl, sitting on a rock overlooking the sea. It wasn’t until later into the dream that he had realized that a fish-like tail had replaced what should have been legs. She was just sitting there, her back turned to him as she watched out to the sea as the wind blew through her (hl/hc) hair. She never turned his way, so he didn’t see her face. Only her tail and the back of her. He could be going crazy, but he believed that she was an actual mermaid.
If only he knew who she was, o
Kiss, Kiss! (CanadaXReader) PART ONE
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"Mommy's gone," His father started, leaning down closer to the twin boys, their eyes wide with puzzlement. They saw their father's blue eyes begin to water, the occasional tear trickling down the anemic looking cheek. "She won't be coming back." He continued, pulling the two into a hug. "It's just us, it'll be hard, but don't worry, daddy loves you, and I always will." He went on, pulling on the two harder.
"Where's mommy going!?" Alfred, one of the twins panicked, pulling away from their father's lukewarm embrace. He looked around the tiled flooring, searching for the room she would be in. But Francis just hung his head slightly, resting his forehead on Matthew's shoulder, letting a gentle cry leave his lips. Alfred, nor did Matthew, understand where their father was trying to get across, the easiest way possible.
Francis lifted his head, seeing the little blonde haired, big blue eyed boy looking into his. He sighed, taking Matthew closer to him, crying.
"She's gone, they couldn't