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Kassandra, The Cursed Seer

By A_Scarlet All Rights Reserved ©

Romance / Other


When she closed her eyes, she sees the city burn. When see closed her eyes she sees destruction. She she closed her eyes she sees her death. Ever since she was a child Sandra have been plague by haunting dreams. She dreamed the vision of Past, Present, and Future. People would say vision is a Gift, but she would say its a Curse.


Life was never easy- days passed with people rushing and chasing but hey, that’s her life. She grow up faster than other, so others often distant themselves from her because they are afraid of her “freakishness”;- but they never knew the truth about her.

Sandra Strauss knew that she is different from others, deep in her heart she knew that she’s “special” and people tend to avoid her. Ever since she was 5 years old, she could remember dreaming of the past. She dreamed a life filled with madness and despair. Those dream never stop haunting;- every time she glance around, the past would sometime overlapped with the present;- and it would cause her a never ending migraine every time she See. Some other moments, she would see things that have yet to happen and it was annoying as it was hard to hide it from her friends.

Then one day- on her 15th birthday, she remembered EVERYTHING. She remember her life before;- that she was Kassandra, the Princess of Troy. Her past life was something that she wish she’d forgot, it was something that she regret. Cursed by a spiteful God, Kassandra had lived the life in madness. 

She knew that life was never fair. That’s why Sandra Strauss learned to never cursed the Fate’s. Right now, she curse every Deity above in every language that she knew.

From the moment their eyes meet, Sandra knew that life would never be the same.

In all her life, never did she wish to see his blue orbs again, never did she wish to live in despair- but then again you can never deny the Fate’s as they are the one controlling the thread of your destiny.

Now the man who haunt her dreams will haunt her her life.

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