It is twilight. A meager meal of potatoes and cheese provides a father and his children sustenance. As they eat he tells them about a son who lived a long time ago in a far, distant land. He was the son of a samurai and is famously know for his poetry…. [read more]
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Wonderful point of view. You captured the essence of innocence and wisdom at the same time. This added value to my day, I thank you.
You are very kind to say that. I am blessed that this added value to your day.
Great sense of place here… I can see the scene happening. Glad to see you writing some prose. 🙂