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Dream of a Miller’s Son by ABDUR REHMAN QADEER

Once, a miller’s son was playing with pebbles.

Making some soldiers, and others, the rebels.

 

Looking sadly at the expensive toys

In the hands of kings’ little boys.

 

And he just saw a coming wizard

riding on a giant and scary lizard.

 

The lizard looked monstrous and agile,

Wizard came near the boy, gave a smile.

 

He asked the boy, his wishes,

what he wants and he misses.

 

He heard the boy, and something he thought.

And gave him endless food and toys a lot.

 

Boy headed to home, and he was happy,

now his life would not be anymore, crappy.

 

And his foot rushed into a stone, along a stream.

He fell and woke up, beside a road, it was only a dream!

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