The Undesirable Journey - II
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Chapter - II
A Pirate's Curse
I looked deep within myself,
Dug into the darkest corners of my heart,
What was I seeking?
What did I desire?
Love was something I became unworthy of,
Lust turned to an unquenchable thirst,
Hungry for a she whom I could lay,
But even after a million,
I want more, I say,
A garden of beautiful bosoms,
Turned into a gutter of disgust in minutes,
Moments of passion transcended into a dreadful action,
I'd go up or down,
Do it on the floor or a bed of a mansion,
I'd write a million words to remember them by,
But after every line, I would sigh,
Thinking to myself that something was missing,
By laying every dreadful whore,
Was it them or inspiration, I tried kissing?
Lost in the echo of "Oh my God" and "Give it to me harder,"
Building chaos within my brain,
The closer I thought I got, it was all the lies farther,
A sense of fulfillment I dreaded so badly,
Despite several strides, I failed sadly,
Is life really this meaningless, or is it just me,
Satisfaction within was too far for me to see,
Berserk and hopeless, I was,
As the fire blazed within, sucking me into a lost portal,
I'll probably perish, but my hunger and thirst will remain immortal,
I'll never win this race; my desire was endless and perverse,
Probably this is what they call, a lost pirate's curse.