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Comments

Bongaman

very interesting. I very much like the last paragraph......hope I'll be able to do same one day....soon.
HOME......

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Wirndzerem Gideon B

A very sustained narrative in its poetry & longing. the end tho touching & sympathetic panders to the melodramatic...understandaly tho!

Shufai woo shundzev wanLAMBIV

Yes Madrids I have lived in, Madrids I have left behind, but never with that determination to say HOME, SWEET HOME, HERE I COME, THIS TIME TO STAY. Words and determination that in my mind are worth the world, but yet so scary to me and my folks. For I have often gone from Madrid to Madrid, often with just a 'flirtingly' short stay at HOME. Yes always that 'safe' feeling short stay at home before the next Madrid. After reading this I have enough courage and dare to say HOME, SWEET HOME, HERE I COME, THIS TIME TO STAY and that should be soon. Tav thanks for the inspiration

Constantine Yuka

A very inspiring commentary that communicates very effectively to the soul of those of us in 'exile'. I particularly enjoyed the royal battle between light and darkness and the victory over the forces of darkness by the sun referred to as the 'imperial ruler of the sky' and the graphic description of the family attractions at home. Good stuff.

antagg

What a peotic writer, your naratives are so poignant and very inspiring. I hope I will be able to muster the courage to return home, sweet home indeed.

Tadze Adamu

After such explicit and overt emptying of Madrid in this poetic painting in words, I no longer envie being there. I wish you had passed through Valencia, that I could see all of Spain in words.

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