THE KITE RUNNER’S STORY

A sad story of true love between,
Two little boys who played as mates.
One a master, the other a servant.
The master a coward,
The servant a soldier.
The coward a Sultan,
The soldier an outcast.
~~~
After one brave act,
The outcast leaves in shame,
The sultan lives with guilt,
And a Friendship is forsaken.

~~~

But blood is shared through the sins of a father.
And the sultan is left to realize,
That Years and distance may heal a multitude,
But they can neither restore true love nor a stolen life.
~~~
Once courage is learned,
Debts left of old, have to be repaid.
For were it not for the sacrifice of another,
The present future would be unknown.
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