and Jonathan flies to his third world.  
      in this world,  
      there are no limitations like the others,  
      but in this world,  
      Jonathan becomes more than perfect.  
      in the second world, he had told Fletcher  
      that he was not to be a god--  
      in this world,  
      he becomes a god  
      like all the others who had flown there.  
      flying free as he had done before--  
      spreading his talent to others  
      and learning things new for himself--  
      on a distant shore, Jonathan spots a bird known to him--  
      it is the elder--  
      the elder is lost and excited by sadness.  
      and Jonathan asks him why,  
      his answer--  
            “ Jonathan, in this world, no bird ever leads another life,  
            he just dies and is forgotten like every other outcast has been before”  
      but why?  
      Jonathan asks in tears.  
      the elder replies  
      “no one knows”  
      and for days to come Jonathan and the elder flew together  
      -- for they were outcast,  
          they were forgotten--
Written by mysticstones
Published | Edited 8th Oct 2021
Author's Note
inspired by the book, "Jonathan Livingston Seagull", written by author Richard Bach
wrote this in my adolescent days.
the names are real...borrowed,
the plot is modified and twisted.
All writing remains the property of the author. Don't use it for any purpose without their permission.
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