The heart throbs
For you, a kindred soul
Living in an alien land...
What music your parrot twitters?
What fruits your trees bear?
And with what stars your sky glitters?
What wind blows your hair?
What dreams colour your repose,
How elegantly you tread the land,
How softly you breathe the air
What paints your mood
In morning, day and night?
My heart yearns to see
These sights and hear the sounds,
Which you see and hear
In your own way
So different so unique!
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