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Thanks so much to Dragon for this kind-hearted poem. 🙂 ❤
Dear Wolf Boy,
May this letter finds you in good health and spirit. I apologise for being so late and I really aimed to write this one long, long ago.
I can’t say how much I admire you and what a great treasure you have given me. I don’t find enough words to fill in my gratitude. And perhaps, words can never express the vastness of my feelings as well.
I am no great poet as you are, but still I try my best to pen my admiration for you in a poem.
The Wolf Boy
Breaking through dark cages,
And dark phases
Of dark times,
Standing out of the pack,
And warmth around the worlds.
Your courage has no boundary,
Your inner strength has no border,
You have stood up again,
You have looked broader
All around the worlds.
Master, you are, at controlling words,
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