In Search of Death By Robert Langdon in Inferno

The gunshot didn’t matter

But the dizziness did.

The clothes didn’t matter

But the secret pocket in my Harris Tweed jacket did.

The loneliness didn’t matter

But the company that saved my life did.

The scenery and art inspiration around me didn’t matter

But the clues in my hand did.

The symbols scattered all over the world didn’t matter

But the peace I found in reading them did.

My presence in the Florence didn’t matter

But my mission to defeat death did.

The journey is still continued but didn’t matter

But for the first time the destination does!

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