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The Bajang Child Swinging the Moon (121)
Sumantri looks up and asks, The moon in the sky is always the same, but why does his memory of Darmawati make the moon seem different? He realizes that the moon appears to be different because of love.
The Bajang Child Swinging the Moon (120)
Opportunities always come, when they are allowed to be alone in Sriwedari Garden. Why will his lord let his wife be alone with him? He can't understand this. Eventually he doesn't want to find out anymore.
The Bajang Child Swinging the Moon (119)
The ideals Sumantri has been pursuing have made him lost. At the end of his dream, he is restless. He has become the Mahapatih of Maespati, why is this all meaningless because of Dewi Citrawati?
The Bajang Child Swinging the Moon (114)
Sriwedari Garden is indeed a garden where all are entangled in love. There, love can take shelter under the umbrella of the asana flowers.
Cerbung Anak Bajang
Sukrosono sejak bayi tersia-siakan tetapi justru mendapat asuhan alam yang membuatnya menjadi pribadi kuat, kesaktian luar biasa, namun baik hati dan pemaaf. Sebaliknya, Sumantri tampan namun pribadinya lemah.
The Bajang Child Swinging the Moon (113)
The light of a thousand moons warms the longing to meet each other. All eyes are dazzled due to the light.
The Bajang Child Swinging the Moon (112)
Prabu Arjunasasrabahu kept asking the gods to help Sumantri, so that he succeeded in bringing Sriwedari Garden to Maespati.
The Bajang Child Swinging the Moon (109)
Sukrosono realizes that the moon is only one because its eyes are deceived by the light. It turns out that the moon is a thousand, when he sinks into the dimness.
The Bajang Child Swinging the Moon (108)
The memory turns out to never come into reality again, disappears, flows like water he is now looking at at the Suranadi River.
The Bajang Child Swinging the Moon (107)
Sumantri follows at a distance, wondering anxiously whether he will really be able to present Sriwedari Garden to Dewi Citrawati. He waits with his shame, as well as his guilt.