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The Man Who Became Young Again – 5

Back for the fifth part after quite a long gap. Do forgive me…having a long week!
Here are the links to the previous parts:

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4

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5

And now, a man

he himself

he wept, like the child which he had once been;

he wept-

for that sweet touch

that soft caress

of his mother’s breath

of that scent which he had, so innocently

felt secure in.

And when his tears had dried,

his gaze turned outside again;

he knew…he knew that death was false…!

Fairies, goblins, pixies were friends!

And-

Out he set,

and with him hope,

to find the love which he had lost,

and listen again,

to that lullaby soft,

listen to the song…

the one which was left.

To be continued…

About Saunved

Poet? Writer? Guitarist? To-be engineer? Maybe a little bit of each every once in a while. Maybe everything when the time comes.

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