I Like to remain in the childhood I left
I Like to hear those lullaby from mother’s lap.
I Like to float in the abundant blue sky,
I Like to stay in the wood, listening whistling pine.
I Like to play with the colors in canvas,
I Like to walk in the meadows green lush
I Like to sing smile and listening my heart.
I Like to listen to Beethoven, Mozart.
I Like to be drenched in love with my sweet heart
I Like to respond to her fervent gesture.
I Like to weave a magic–net in the dream,
I Like to have a beautiful tiny love – nest.
I Like to be free from any pain and agony
I Like to see the earth very kind and friendly.
I Like to see this globe with brotherhood
I Like to be all of us … so glad and graceful.
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