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Pirate Part Two: IntroductionsOwen, Owen?
It's okay, it missed. But I think it hit exactly what it needed to.
In fact, it couldn't have hit anywhere better. The hole in the door was conveniently where the lock had been, and even as he looked at it, the door creaked open. Slowly Owen stood and crept to the door, waiting for something or someone to jump out at him. When he saw that it was safe, he quietly walked out of the door.
Even the little light that was shining down into the depths of this ship was enough to make him have to squint his eyes. Realizing the need for speed, he went to Chauncy's door and tried to figure out how to get the lock off of it. His eyes searched the ground and landed on the cannon ball that was now rolling helplessly on the ground.
Not taking chances on burning his hands, because quite frankly he didn't know if a cannon ball would remain hot, he took a rag from the floor and rolled it around his hands. The cannon ball was only a tad heavy as he carried it over to t
Pirate Part One: RansomA Pirates Life for me
Part 1: Ransom
Owen, quickly, rub some more dirt on your face.
Owen glanced up and rushed to do as he was told before they got there. Owen had the appearance of a young lad, with brown red hair hidden beneath a dirty and overused hat. Beneath the excess amount of dirt on his face, the light hazel color of his eyes popped on a finely structured face. He was slight in build as well as stature. Overall, he was a small and seemingly frail and fragile boy.
As the ship shook beneath him, Owen stumbled and was caught in the arms of the older man beside him. Chauncy was his long time friend and tutor, a man in his late fifties who was very dignified in every muscle of his body. He reeked of finery and education, giving the impression that he was much more stern than he actually was.
However, Owen knew better. Chauncy had always been there for him no matter what. Even now, he had left his homeland of the Americas and was accompanying Owen to London where he was
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