The chains, tight and heavy for an age, start to lose their grip.
What once weighed down heavy on the feet, now allows a faster pace.
A walk turns to a gallop.
The man is set free.
In every season, the man is tested by a new shackle. A new chancer tries to add weight.
A person, a product, an idea; a force that stretches beyond, and weighs heavily.
The man must remain strong to fight the distraction.
And fight to keep the shackles off.
For when the man is without the shackle, the man is free, powerful and a force to change his world.