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Unformatted text preview: passing on his own fears the third, armed with the knowledge he needs to succeed in life, the young man seeks his independance and steps out into the big wide world. the battle relates to the young man becoming an adult, facing the challenges of adulthood, independance, confronting his fears. he later returns to his father as a successful individual, and they celebrate together. the last paragraph is the son, who is now a father, educating his own son, and preparing him for the big wide world. The fact that the the first and last paragraphs are the same, show that whatever happened in between, the world hasn\'t changed. ... exactly the same, the same knowledge is being passed down from father to son and the mythical creatures are an analogy of the challenges faced when becoming a man. . or its just a really cool, fun poem. The Weary Blues Did the guy that played the blues dies or was his spirit just dead?...
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