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The Captains Greatest Adventure


As a young captain on these seas I had seen a lot of amazing, wonderful and unbelievable things...........I had fought and won a lot of battles........I had exterminated lots of sea creatures..... I had seen strange skies and nights, strange trees and islands that no one hearing of them without seeing them would believe............I was a great captain highly ranked, most feared by the bandit pirates and the most famous of them all..........I had lots of Great Adventures on the Lady Rose ship..........And on that journey to the Island of the lost treasures my life was about to take the most unbelievable turn...................... On this beautiful morning near the coast of India came on board this beautiful lady a very very beautiful lady...............upon looking at her everyone on board was left in awe............she completely swept me off my feet....... I had never seen such beauty in all the seas and lands i had been to.......she was very beautiful her smile like the sun set, her voice music to my ears, she had cute lips.............. And her eyes were like two blue balls of glowing marbles....and this time I had to believe in something I never believed in......... this time it was love at first sight...................we stayed up all night talking she told me her story of how she lost her family members her father the King, her mother the Queen and the entire clan to some pirate bandits.......she was a princess and she told a very sad story....she was the only one that survived the pirates attacks.......she fled from the land of her father to start a new life........she heard about me and how every pirate bandit was afraid of me....... I welcomed her on board and I put her in charge of the women dealing with food on the board.......each day we spent on the ship I became fond of her and where I was she would always come........we become very close each day........and one day she told me that she had fallen in love with me.......... I was very happy and my heart was jumping with joy.......I couldn't contain my self......I told her I loved her too.............at that moment i realised the Greatest adventure I could have with her on land.......... at that moment I made up my mind I give up all the sea adventures, my captaincy, all the treasures and everthing I worked hard for as a captain.......I proceeded to the heart shaped island for an adventure on land............with that beautiful princess...................because I knew that......being in love is the greatest adventure one can ever have and not even a million chests of treasure can compere!

Submitted: Sunday, January 05, 2014
Edited: Monday, January 06, 2014

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