The Wanderer In The Mountain Called Lleb
Alone - in the world - he traveled
Via rock steps and forest?s embrace
The wind kissed and then whispered:
Take our amulet and use it only once
?when obstacle comes.
And to a lake - he headed
And stabbed his toes on the lily bridge
The water stood still and said:
Look at me and you will see
A moment of light inside of me
Take it and walked on your way.
Then - into a shallow marsh - he went
Where fierce bulls strolled to find a mate
But before a horn was nailed
He pulled out his amulet - then said:
Sorry bull but I must pass
I will remember you and your marsh
As I travel?
And he knew?
On wind?s kiss
?it was written:
journeys can be smooth
journeys can be tough
just find your way?
?soon it will be dark.
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About the Author: Vernan Jagunap, an admirer of fine arts and literature since childhod had been mastering the art of writing fictions since year 2000. He is living in Leganes, Iloilo, Philippines where he is trying to write his first novel.