There lives a poor & wise farmer once called “Poliun” in a corrupted kingdom. He was different from any other man not only due to simple, quiet & wiser nature but because he had the power to watch out the future in their dream. Only his beautiful wife, Hena knows about it. Not even his only 22 year child, Treid knew about that.
One day, he saw a dream of his child being executed by the King. It frightened the hell out of him when he woke up that morning but he knew if he told their children about it, his truth will get revealed and he may be slaved by someone powerful, maybe his corrupted king. He kept trying to tell them both about his dream but his inner fear denied him simultaneously.
One day, his wife was picking some flowers from public garden in order to decorate the house for his son’s birthday. While plucking the flower, a commander knight in his formal dress came to her, taking out helmet and stopped her saying that she can’t do that. On asking why, he replied that it is a public place and you just cannot do that. But seeking her beauty, he said in a romantic tone – “Where is your husband, beautiful lady? There is a risk of roaming alone here on dawn. But don’t worry, young lady, you-all will be under my protection in no-“. As he was moving his hand on the woman’s face and hairs, he was stopped by a hand of his son, Treid.
He gave a hard punch on his face that was strong enough to make a print on his face. Then he started punching on his face continuously sitting on him on the ground, her mother trying to stop him from getting into this mess but that was too late. The knight died ruthfully.
Four other knight horsemen came on the scene and all that setting was clearly pointing that the murderer was Treid. While his father was gone in another city for the sale of grains, he was taken to the king, tied in chains. It was already festinated from the anger of the corrupted king that his death is about to come despite being his calmness in the fort and the same happens. He was prosecuted by hanged till death the same night.
On the other hand, Poliun returned home from his farm but he saw no one but a letter in front of mirror, which reads –
“You’re a super hero but your son wasn’t neither I was. So, say Goodbye to your son and now me.
He burst out his tears slipping on the wall to the floor and ultimately he closed his eyes forever, covering his wet face with that letter on his face.
Moral :- 1) Future Peeking is a curse, rather than a blessing. 2) Corruption can kill humanity and virtue.