Sarutobi's Poem - Masashi Kishimoto
Well, I'm not going to ask you to remember the entire poem, nor understand its meaning. But, when you've grown up, I want you to think back and remember what this old geezer said. It's about a way of thinking that may prove helpful in the future. It's about the will of fire. "A fire is blazing where the leaves are dancing. The shadow of the fire is illuminating the village. The leaves will sprout once again."
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