Adventures of Two Captains to the Heart of Galaxy, Part 3
Near the gates of an unknown place we stopped
The smell of darkness was everywhere like a satanic smoke.
Captain Cur pointed to the gates as the doors of Ashland,
He said: 'We must destroy the darkness here and its land.'
The gates opened, as a wind that spirits in the galaxy
And then a great, barren land appeared in front of our ship,
Lands full of Ashes and death
Its sky was full of the people who chase the bless.
I asked Captain: 'Why do we come here? '
That hero replied: 'Don't worry and don't fear
A friend of ours needs help in this place
And he can show us the true way in this case.'
The silence of that land was like a wavy sea
And the ashes were dancing with the wind.
We entered that place, I held my breath,
I looked at Captain, he was looking toward the way,
Then, all of a sudden, a scream rose up
And the ship start to move like a leaf in the wind…
TO BE CONTINUED
Ellias Anderson, Captain A
in corroboration with Captain Cur
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