20. Night Walk—solitude - Poem by Eugene Issaus
A Night without stars.
One lamp on the way,
gently shining on us both,
me and my shadow.
I asked my shadow,
”will you be with me forever? ”
The shadow answered,
“You see, I’m always beside you.”
Then the road turned into darkness.
The shadow disappeared.
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