Zola and the Sirens : Jan 23, 2020
by Jeri Brown
In a timeless place on the small Zina island up north lay Zola,
a large lake near Nova Scotia coastal shore,
three siren sisters took the form of mermaids,
beautiful humans above the waist,
fish below with human head and arm.
Surrounded by an elongated sheet of shallow water a mile long,
the wide island gently curved a dune of fine white sand.
During the season smooth sand lilies between the bay and the lake.
Strange bulbs buried in the…Read more