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Naiades Greek Goddess Of The River

Updated on April 24, 2017
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Juliet Austin- Is a Retired Rehabilitation Counselor, she loves Nature walks, and Writing for Hubpages.

River Nymph

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Lorelei and nimiane watched with pride as their sister Naiades dove into the green hued water of the river.


As she played Naiades happy Laughter echoed across the river banks.

Mama Drucilla duck dipped her head into the mossy green of the river bed, her three ducklings following closely behind, as she gave the greeting of the Day.

Naia, as she is sometimes called; splashed and swam alongside talking incessantly as she played.


Water lilies floated by with pink, red, and yellow flowers. Naia held them with gentle hands, sniffing the fragrant blooms.



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Mr. Froggiola Frog tipped his hat, and croaked a good Day Miss Naiades, as on a lily pad he floated by, his tadpoles swimming close by.

The happy chirpy sounds of Matilda and Mervin Bird could be heard in the tree as they fed berries, and worms to their fledglings. Two chirps and a whistle, to say good morning too, as Naia climbed the rock to dive again in the river below.

All seemed well within this water world and Naia smiled and clapped her hands in glee her Sisters too enjoyed the Day and swam without a care.

The flapping of the wing of Mr. Grey Eagle overhead, as he swooped down to catch a prey and swerved just nearly missing Naiades head, a nod Good morning and a how do Naiades; as up into the sky, he flew again.

A playful gesture from Lizabeth Lizard, as she stuck out her little orange tongue her tiny head moved from side to side inquiringly as Naiades picked of daffodil's, and water plants to make a wreath to adorned her head.

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Naiades, the water Nymph, sometimes called Naia; keeps watch you see over rivers, and streams while her Sister's each their own keeps covenant over wells, Lakes, and Oceans. Every Day it is their job to ensure that the birds, and lizards, frogs, and ducks, and other animals in the water are part of Natures balance.



No, I'm not Greek, that I know of, it's simply an ode to Nature as is reflected from my poolside canal home. By the Water is where I must, it's calming effects has done me a lot of good. I can appreciate Nature and keep watch over the river. Streams run into river's, rivers into lakes, and lakes into the Ocean's, and back again. It's cyclical.

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