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Sandy was a beautiful siren who lived in the Atlantic ocean Sandy loved swimming She loved to feel the brisk water in her hair But there was one thing that surpasses all other That was singing When Sandy sang it put her in a trance She felt like she was complete Like she was a puzzle and someone had just put the last peice on The only thing was that it wasnt just her who felt this It was also humans especially malesSandy was said to have the most beautiful voice in all of the water Which didnt make it any better for the humans When Sandy sand to the humans they were hypnotized by her voice They would go crazy and jump into the water after her Thats when Sandy would find them and kill themOne day when Sandy was swimming she saw a boat at the top of the water She was so excited She hadnt seen a boat in a long time she thought maybe they had stopped coming outShe quickly swam up to the top of the water She then broke out of the water and put her head on the surface As sandy opened her mouth to sing a conversation stopped her It was to sailor men talking in the corner of the boat I hear that there are evil creatures that live out in these waterssaid one sailorI heard the same thing Apparently they use their beauty and their voices to kill you They are pretty lethal No one had ever escaped them replied the otherMate there just foul and selfish sea creaturesAfter hearing this hurtful statement there was no way that Sandy could harm them now She had never thought that she only thought of herself She thought of her friendsfamilyand all of the other merfolkShe realized then that she didnt care about the humansand no other siren did Sandy that she didnt want to hurt humans anymore
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