The First man on Jupiter
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A spell-bound story (part 2)

December 9th 2010 in a short story

Writer’s note: This is the second part of the spell-bound story. Read the first part here.

…….

“When all numbers sail

When no one else can see

Let my one wish prevails

Grant my eyes the honesty.”

…….

 

 

Blinding light was I to suffer.

When my eyes opened i got the offer.

I turned away from her.

I headed home in eyes of power.

 

A child I had became.

Seeing things as more as merrier.

In my mind there was a shame.

Why didn’t I meet her for it earlier?

 

I was taken a back.

My eyes felt the crack.

I saw the people below.

I saw animals head on the go.

 

I questioned my sanity.

I questioned the honesty.

Imaginations are facts.

They came in a pack.

 

Approaching one creature

I started the shiver.

I asked why a pig.

He looked at me as if I were a gig.

 

Getting closer to another one.

Her head is a beautiful swan.

She starred in an amazement

As if I were in pscychological torment.

 

Looking for similarity.

What I wanted I found exactly.

Cockroach eyes starred at me.

I wonder what is my life to be.

 

It’s stronger that I felt the eery.

It’s ultimate to feel sad.

It’s human on the body.

It’s animal on the head.

(to be continued…)




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In a cold moonlit night,
a strange lady came to me.
She was very bright.
Her eyes starred at me.
 
Hopeless as I could be.
She was pointing at me.
One wish she offered.
One mind was jumbled.
 
Choices were laid down.
The connections were bound.
She ordered a start.
I was only a man who was smart.
 
I questioned sincerity.
She nodded right at me.
A papyrus as […]

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Writer’s note. This is the last part of the Spell-bound story. (part 1 and 2)
……
 
I started feeling dizzy.
Am I the only one who sees?
Where is that bright lady?
I wanted the old way I see.
 
Sitting down on a pavement
Breathing my thoughts for a moment.
Thinking hard how this could be.
It’s all the wish in me.
 
Bowing wind came […]

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