The kite and the string.

(6)

If the string leaves its hold,
and let the kite be
alone and bold.

It knows that the storm,
would dump the kite ruthlessly
shattered and worn.

(7)

“But isn’t it the destiny of kite,
to rise and then reach
the end of its flight?

The result may be evident,
important is yet
to make an attempt.

The kite may eventually fall,
however, for even a second
it could have stood tall.

So, tell me now,
who is guilty
and how?”

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