Aldo Kraas

(July 15 1964 / Sao Paulo Brazil)


I desire to say good bye to the old me
I desire to be finally myself again
I desire to wake up and see your face
I desire to make the best of every situation
I desired to handle my life with care because it is so fragile
I desire to live a healthy life
I desire to swim in the water of Lake Ontario
I desire to find my fortune
I desire to have a vacation
I desire to have a little time for myself
I desire to have happiness in my life
I desire to tell you that I am hungry for your love God
I desire to see God’s face
I desire to look for redemption
I desire to tell you that the reason I still here is because I belong here With you God
I desire to look forward to the power of love
I desire to learn that prayer is important
I desire to understand now what I could not understand before
I desire to materialize the myth
I desire to live in the heart of those I love and not to die
I desire to tell you that please understand that I have nothing to hide From you
I desire to tell you to touch my imagination
I desire to say good bye to the past and hello to the future
I desire to walk away after a long day and it is not easy
I desire to bury my head in the pillow after a long day

Submitted: Sunday, November 05, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, November 02, 2010
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