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Norns and Rhinemaidens have sirenic charm and character.
I wanted to write now I am a sirenic crone and I write so all's well here and with any luck
We must remember that sirenic and echo poetry are almost as old as the tide of the sea, certainly as old as the hills, while as to the general situation, there is a passage in Milton's
Yet day by day he had fought back that sirenic call.
Her subjects, Lana and Rose, are free-spirited, adventurous and sirenic teen-agers living in Berkeley in the early nineteen-eighties who call themselves the Lolas.