If She Could Give Me Wings - Poem by Aldo Kraas
If she could give me wings to fly away,
Which direction should I fly?
She would see me flying above ground zero in New York
The light still shine on Ground zero
Ground zero you taunt me
It still feels like the world was lost
If she had a place for me to go and rest
If she gave me a computer how much time would I spent on it?
If you could communicate in Portuguese what could you say to me?
It is no need to communicate in Portuguese because I speak English Like you do
And it is good enough
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