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In the beautiful realm of Neverland yet another sun began to set, leaving the sky a mixture of brilliant pinks, oranges, and a dapple blood red.
From the deck of the infamous Jolly Roger, a single man stood gazing up at the skyline, lost deep in thought. True, he had seen more than his fair share of sunrises and sunsets, but never before had there been so much red.
With solemn eyes, Captain James Hook watched as the vibrant color soaked up the clouds like a sponge and spread to every visible corner of the sky. It was a breathtaking sight, if only the man had actually been focused on the colorful goodbye of the sun. But in truth, his mind was far beyond the subtle novelties of such a natural occurrence.
Originally, the pirate had come out onto the deck to gain purchase to his thoughts, and find a quiet space. And instead of going to his cabin, he had opted for the deck. For it was once more the
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Killian Jones had been asked for many things in his extended lifetime, but this newest request was quite unwelcome.
"I'm sorry, Lyn love. I must have heard you wrong. What is it you want me to do?"
The young woman who was currently tucked into his side, gave him a large grin, as they walked through the small town streets that were currently draped in twilight. She was only several inches smaller than the pirate, and he found that what the young woman lacked in height, she made up for in imagination. They had met several years prior and after much distrust and more than a few strange occurrences, the two had become close friends. And now, they had a regular 'date' every week on Wednesday after their group therapy session. Every time like clockwork, they would have dinner out, take a stroll and talk, and then finish off the night with a movie and large bowl of pop