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A Pirates Predicament Chapter 40 FinalPeople, when leaving a place that has meaning to them, can often have a feeling of sadness. Not a usual kind of sadness either. It is often too sorrowful to even express because at times it is mixed with happiness too. And so the person feels almost torn in two. Sadness and happiness wanting to take control but neither are able to because there is only so much room for an emotion to fill. An almost disturbing feeling can take over.A Pirates Predicament Chapter 40 Final by ~OrangeSplash365
So was the case with you. After the tingling in your body had subsided you knew you were back home and although you were so happy to be back, you were also very sad to have left one of the greatest adventures in your entire life, as well as the people you had made friends with. You slowly opened your eyes to see the familiarities of Alfred's basement. Food wrappers and crushed soda cans littered the floor. Just as you left it. It brought a smile to your sad lips to see something familiar.
"Alfred?" you asked, looking around the dark room. It was nightfall af
A Pirates Predicament Chapter 39Select songs for this chapter:A Pirates Predicament Chapter 39 by ~OrangeSplash365
Lost In Paradise- Evanescence- Arthur's perspective
Skyfall- Adele- Readers perspective
Lovesong- Adele- Readers and Arthur's perspective
"The Cap'n's returning!" Gibbons shouted as he saw Arthur, Antonio, Gilbert and Francis in the distance, making their way back with the rest of the crew that had been with them. Mathieu. Peter and yourself leaned over the railing to watch them as they came closer.
"We caught him! We caught him! Look!" Peter said as he tugging on your arm, pointing in the direction of where Cruz was still struggling in the net that was being carried by some of Arthur's men. You smirked in triumph as you took a step back, quickly ascending the stairs to the quarter deck and projected your voice so it was loud enough for all to hear.
"LETS HEAR IT FOR THE CAPTAIN!" you shouted, prompting the entire crew to give shouts of cheering and 'hoorah's". By the time Arthur had reached his ship the entire crew were sho