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This time I gently grab his left arm and slowly walk him back to his own house. I talk to him calmly about the weather and this and that. I walk with him down my pathway to the front gate, open it, we turn left and we walk to Levi’s front gate, open it and I walk with him to his front door. His front door is open; I knock on the front door, within a few seconds, Adina, Levis 70-year-old wife and carer, comes out and greets me. “Oh Sai, thank you for bringing Levi back. I must have drifted off on my rocking chair and he slipped out.” I said, “That’s ok Adina, see you Levi.” Levi replies “See you Sai.” Adina gently takes Levis hand and leads him inside, closing the front door behind them. I slowly walk back to my house, poor Levi, he doesn’t have a nephew - as we get older and age wearies us, we think of things that may not be, here, there or anywhere, yet we can’t tell which is which, like where have all the birds gone? I’m feeling tired again, a slight headache is echoing through my mind, I walk back inside my house, locking my front door behind me, walk upstairs to my bedroom. I look out the window, still no birds, so am I here, there, or anywhere. I lay down on my waterbed and rest my eyes and my mind.My FREE PDF EBOOK Chapters one and two available now via request - email firstname.lastname@example.org