FarewellThe sudden void into the unhinged mind of a demented soul,Farewell by Stephanie-van-Rijn
The rapture of a lucid dream, falling into an obliterated consciousness
The devastating coma of a genius protagonist, completing the epic tale of a life
It was all but a dream, a chimera, an excruciating lie.
The nothingness digging its claws into a cryptic vision,
The finality of a banal, vain existence
Never to be remembered, nor praised for its perpetual battle against agony.
There is nothing,
Nothing but the sharp sound of shattering glass,
Nothing but a hollow shell on the edge of the world.
This is where I depart, this is where I bow down,
This is where my crude hatred vanishes with my existence
There is nothing but a vague memory, of a silent soldier walking against the wind,
The pallid remembrance of a once scintillating simper
Good fortune to you all, for my path lies beneath the river
And with it, a single breathe to be released upon all as a somber farewell.
The Jackdaw Ch13Missing YouThe Jackdaw Ch13 by ArvaleeKnight
Edward Kenway x Reader
For months you found yourself looking out of the window towards the harbor. Ships came and went and coin began flowing onto the island, the people becoming like your own family. The Great Inagua slowly turned into a stopping point for most ships and many farmers were beginning to take pride in the crops that they grew. But after months of waiting, there was no sign of the Jackdaw and part of you worried that you'd never see it again.
After spending most of the day hauling crates for the general store merchant, you were pleased to finally rest in bed with a glass of wine and a book that had been among one of the cluttered shelves. There was a storm raging outside hence why you'd been so helpful that morning. You'd hate for good merchandise to be stolen by strong winds and waters.
Something slammed hard into the house, jolting you out of bed and onto your feet. You snapped up your breeches and slipped into them. You heard banging again and realized it w