Short Story (Flash Fiction) Of the Day, How do you Sense the Sea, Child by Kat Day

The sea-king known as Mysing was a trader and a warrior, with grey eyes and the nose of hawk. Many said he had the mind of a hawk, too: sharp, opportunistic, and sometimes cruel. Mysing and his men invaded the lands of King Frodi, drawn there by a low rumble of song. A melody of pain and torment and misfortune, blood and tears and separation.

—- Kat Day, How do you Sense the Sea, Child

Column Capital, Ellis County Courthouse, Waxahachie, Texas

Today we have a modified retelling of a old Norse story, with some inorganic and dye chemistry thrown in (I like that).

Read it here:

How do you Sense the Sea, Child by Kat Day

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