the broken arrow

For the case of the broken arrow,
it’s a case for the detective,
for using his instincts and methods.
But what if a lone stranger and outsider were to walk by.
What if he figured out that it was a mere accident?
Would that be okay? Acceptable?
The case of the broken arrow would no longer be a case.
Would the case be closed; would solution be the focus?
Or maybe the focus is something else.
Maybe it has nothing to do with the broken arrow,
but everything to do with the detective.
What if everything that ever mattered was the detective.
The decider.
The judge.
If that’s the case, then who’s going to decide on that one?
Which came and will come first?


PS: Happy first day of May!


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