- as the moon turns to black and the sun dances on the herizon no more a man walks into the picture not knowing weather to do his duty or call it off.he works alone solitude is his friend and enemy.he longs to love but can't for fear he will be broken agein.as the man walks twords the balchany he sences he s not alone.a lady from behind says"good ser why do u wish to harm that witch is love?"he then replies"i harm only the fools whom fall under its pitty."he turns and the lady is gone like she was never there and threw the wind wispers he heirs."save but only true loves kiss and saver no more as sweatly." he returns to his home sad in the shame of his doings he lays the rifle witch was to be shot at the couple down the row and he cries alone and in slitude.
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