Tuesday, 26 March 2013



Also: siren
1. a device for emitting a loud wailing sound, especially as a warning or signal, typically consisting of a rotating perforated metal drum through which air or steam is passed under pressure
2. ( sometimes capital ) Greek myth . one of several sea nymphs, part woman and part bird, whose seductive singing was believed to lure sailors to destruction on the rocks the nymphs inhabited
3. a woman considered to be dangerously alluring or seductive
4. any aquatic eel-like salamander of the North American family Sirenidae, having external gills, no hind limbs, and reduced forelimbs

Rock syrens
Watching over an entrance
Looking for preys
Pebble hearts
To gobble for their gullet

1 comment:

Dina said...

Fun to read aloud!