The Man Who Became Young Again – 3

Welcome back to the third part of my poem-story.
Please read the first two parts if you haven’t before proceeding:
Part 1 | Part 2

The protagonist remembers his life as a baby, remembering his mother and the love she gave to him so unconditionally…


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Said she: “Fairies, goblins, pixies”

“they all went for a meeting,”

“Amidst trees, rivers and mountains they met

Upon flowers they were sitting…!”

And he, the child that he was

He laughed

a pure gleeful laugh

his eyes young, full of pleasure

his hands soft…glimmering!

“And then they all gathered round

and sang a lovely song

the goblins…rough

the pixies…timid

and the fairies…with love

but they sang!”

He tried to listen;

but his eyes drooped

and his hair soft swayed about,

and all he remembered before he slept…

was the fairy singing on…

To be continued…

About Saunved

While pursuing multiple passions like writing stories and poems, composing music, making apps, travelling and trying to become an unorthodox engineer; Saunved hopes to help the community come closer through his ideas and their subsequent execution.

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