|Dorian Rubis "Poseidon" (neptune_storm) wrote in nevermore_logs,|
@ 2012-10-29 18:14:00
Who: Poseidon and Helios [Narrative]
What: Poseidon enjoys the storm and come across his least favorite son-in-law
When: Monday afternoon
Where: Sag Harbor, NY
Helios had wandered around for weeks, disoriented and not in his right mind. He had lived in the woods on his own devices until he could remember where he was. He had fumbled around since the darkness when a group had dragged him away from home. He was still stained in blood that didn't look to belong to him. The storm on the horizon only flustered him more. The subways were shut down, he'd been walking in what felt like forever. Without the sun to replenish him, he was lost again.
While Helios hid from the storm, Poseidon engulfed it. It had been damn long enough since he felt that kind of power headed his way. Maybe it had something to do with Zeus back in town because now he had someone to sport. The wind was strong, the rain a whirl in the air as he walked through what meterologists were calling 'the perfect storm'. It was enlightening. It was refreshing, something he'd been missing since coming back to New York. What better place to be than right in the middle of it.
It was amusing to see mortals run around frantic. Stocking up on necessities, shying from the wind and rain as if it would burn their skin. Poseidon appeared to walk for miles. Places were shut down, power out through half the city and he stared off into the harbor as the water spun around with what looked to be a monster embedded deep inside its bowels. There was a figure stumbling around that caught his attention. He turned, leaning his elbows against the railing watching Helios stumble around like a lost puppy. "Long way from home Titan." The pathetic old relic actually appeared to not understand him. It would be nothing for Poseidon to dispose of him again. The waves whipped whispers in his ears, begging him to give her a sacrifice. Poseidon always provided her with blood. The sea needed to be given her share of sacrifice.
Approaching the Titan he saw that the man was already covered in blood. "It's a shame whatever got a hold of you last didn't finish the job." Poseidon jerked him by the collar, shoving him towards the railing, hurling half his body over it. "See that? She's calling for you," he laughed watching Helios kick up a fuss. Well, at least the bastard had a little fight still left in him. The oceans churned with in a sick hiss, grabbing for Poseidon's offering. "I wouldn't give a fuck if I threw you in. In fact I'd enjoy it. One less person I hate marked off my list."
For some reason he put the Titan back on his feet. It was no fun when there wasn't as much of a struggle. The boy had fight, but not enough to give him a rush. He shoved Helios forward, guiding this zombie back into the city to take him home.