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I Wanna Go Home
Painting - Oil On Canvas
It was a gray and quiet spring day in 2011 in Castle Country, a rich country that we would like to compare ourselves with. The hunched and grew short, yet so very powerful, the secretary general Eric Thodesen sat perfectly still in his old-fashioned office. Here in this building, he had many good years, but now he was thoroughly bored. He could simply not wait to get away. He decided that he would much rather enjoy life at a sidewalk cafe in Rome, the decision was taken, and he looked forward to taking on new life down there.
The time here in the ministry was thus soon by the secretary general of the old, but that said there had been many good years here in the office. He had really been very fond of this office. It was very centrally located, close to the minister's own office, here on the third floor of the venerable old ministry building in the middle of Borg's capital Hyslosj. All of this stone building signaled the seriousness, power and weight so it held.
And it had always been more than enough of academic tasks to take care of for the secretary general. Long days it had been. But the secretary general had liked it, because the cases had been both important and interesting. He had been an important cog in the community, and there had been absolutely great. Then it was time to give of themselves.
But now, for once, the secretary general is not immersed in any of the numerous's dossier. He just stared blankly out of one of the big windows's, which was so old that they only had single glazing. Four times a year, used it to get a guy and balanced on the desktop here, and he remained on the windowsill with one hand and refurbished boxes on the outside with the other. But now the dirty window of traffic dust. I wonder what had become of window cleaner does? Had he perhaps fell from a fourth floor window? It was not so good to say. Anything could happen.
March 10th, 2013
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