The Silent Wail


The chair's old legs knocked against wood as it rocked,
Serving as a song for the man watching the waves.
A crumpled photo hung between his withered fingers,
While a whiskey was clutched by the other hand.
To the wind, he mumbled:
"Life is far too short for isolation,
And I have had a lot of solitude to regret."

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