End it like Beckham

“There is no real ending.
It’s just the place where you stop the story.”
(Frank Herbert)

The first time when the real meaning of ‘male appeal’ evolved in our generation was the moment when we saw him on-and-off the field, we heard him in TV shows, and we became his ardent fan. You simply could never scorn this fellow, no matter whichever club/team he plays for, whatever product he endorses, or whether he can still bend that ball or score from the halfway line.

’Cause he is the one, the only, the ‘David Beckham’.

“Veni, vidi, vici”
There can’t be a better tagline for him, ever.
A poem as a tribute to the talismanic football wizard as he bids farewell to the game:

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Copa del Affray!

“Justice isn’t about fixing the past;
it’s about healing the pasts future.”
(Jackson Burnett)

“Violent end to Spanish Cup as Atlético Madrid beat Real Madrid for the first time since 1999,” read the news.

Further: “José Mourinho and Cristiano Ronaldo were both sent off as Real Madrid lost a dramatic, bad-tempered Copa del Rey final to Atlético Madrid – the first time they had been beaten by their city rivals in 26 games, and in their own stadium too.”

An after-thought penned down as a small verse, fueled by the animated cup finale performance by my beloved club:

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