Yoseph Lupu

(1948 / Jassy (Iassy) , Romania)

Can You Understand, My Dear?


Once upon a time, on a some sunny day,
A few hundred years ago, people used to say,
Smart idioms, taken from our daily life
Like bees pass their food, in their hive.

They passed it to one another by heart,
Something like this, and something like that,
As love songs, for their infants, to go asleep,
Word by word, and beepby beep.

You have read in your childhood, Anderson and Green,
Their stories always have a theme,
Where bad and good, fight and fight,
But at the end, there is always a light!

Look in our everyday life, look and see,
How hard sometime, life seemed to be,
But little by little, there was a piece of hope,
Which conquers all obstacles, and help get your scope!

Can you understand my dear?
Why I sometimes, dropp a tear?
It is because of you, with your personal art,
That put much love, in my heart!

Submitted: Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Edited: Saturday, September 24, 2011

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