Crazy Connection: The question that matters
The question that matters.
Sirena was a young woman leading a carefree life. She had a good job, no worries and the men courted her, though she did not really care for them. All in all, she did not really care for anyone but herself, using the same excuses we all tend to use. “That is none if my business.” “What can I do about it?” or “I don’t want to interfere.”
She lived close to the graveyard and when the weather was fine, she took a shortcut there from the bus home. One evening, she saw a woman on a bench, crying bitter tears. The woman looked at her, but Serena quickly looked away. When she was about to leave the graveyard an old witch – by the looks of her – stepped into Serena’s way and asked straight away “Why didn’t you ask the woman why she cried?” Serena was a little scared and mumbled, I thought she was mourning, this is a graveyard after all. What can I do about her grief?”
The old witch looked at her sadly and shook her head. “Dear girl, you need a lesson in compassion. I hex you not to be able to leave the graveyard until someone shows you the sympathy you denied that woman.”
Serena did not know if to laugh or to be scared, the old woman had disappeared as sudden as she showed up. Serena headed for the exit but ran into an invisible wall. She tried to get out at another spot, but to no avail.
Whenever she tried to talk to someone, they ignored her. After a while the place took its tribute, her eyes burnt out from crying over her own sad fate, her nails grew into claws, in short, she became a fearful sight. People started to run away from her thinking her a demon of some sort.
One day, when she was sitting numbly on a gravestone mulling over her fate and feeling the pain of being ignored, she finally learned her lesson. For the first time, she did not cry out of self-pity, but for shame and pity for all the people she had ignored all her life.
Suddenly she heard a warm male voice behind her. “Excuse me, can I do anything for you?” She felt the curse break and when she turned round she saw a man, just like herself smiling at her. “I think you can go home now.” He said.
Outfit (incl hat): [AD] Creations – “Maria” (mesh, FFL 2013 item)
Skin: Silken Moon – “Wicca Morbida”
Makeup (with eyes): Silken Moon – “Conceptual Makeup The Lost” – NEW
Socks: :::insanya::: – “3 Socks A n.4”
Gloves: Miamai – “Inferna” (mesh)
Shoes: [GOS] – “Triumph” (mesh)
Hair: DeLa – “Julia II” (mesh)
Story: Malicia Python
Models: Dahriel & Wicca
~ by Wicca Merlin on March 30, 2013.
Posted in Crazy Connection, Fashion, Wicca's Wardorbe
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