the voyager.

I had been miles away from home since I began to drift away from my town. Raising myself on my own, I learned that the best rides were the free ones—if somebody invited me to an escapade or joyride, I would agree and pack myself without money or clothes.

I had been to places I could not afford through my company of temporary people. I had eaten the classes of food, including the packets in the trash, when I could only scent the freshly baked macaroni from rich restaurants. I had loved drugs and been drugged; I had smoked and been smoked. I had the dreamiest and blandest journeys the life had to offer.

And every single experience was done without you. I remembered the day you told me I was too young for anything. This was my time to prove you wrong.

Finally, I had experienced what you wanted me to experience.

But, unlike you, no one offered me a ride home.


WORD COUNT: 164

Thank you for reading this story. If you want to talk about random things with me, do not hesitate to reach me through my “Contact” page. All the best love, my dear.

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