Don't swim in the cold waters after sundown.
Don't show your skin when the waves break hard on the coast, their foam white and peaking.
Don't sing with you sweet voice near the coast. Not when the day is gray and rain is coming.
Those were my mothers warnings, for she fear the Blue Men's powers.
She had already lost a sister to their grabby hands.
She won't let them take their daughter.
Na Fir Ghorma,
In Celtic folklore, the Na Fir Ghorma are a rowdy group of Mermen whose supernatural powers allow them to create and control sea storms. Though these mermen are most commonly encountered in the waters around the Outer Hebrides and the Minch, they inhabit the entire North Atlantic, originally only around Europe, but as the people f...
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