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Carlos Aragao

Rookie - 14 Points (10-17-1959 / Brazil)

Longe de ti

E me vejo de novo aqui,
Neste outro lado do mundo, perdida
Parece que nada tem a mesma vida...

Tudo vive, tudo segue vivendo,
E meus sonhos mais lindos tive todos
Nos teus braços, adormecendo.

Mas seguimos separados o mesmo caminho,
Não escolhido, mas partilhado...
Entre flores, destinos e saudades,
Numa felicidade quase impossível.

Praias desertas cheias de gente,
Momentos únicos entre areias e teias,
Que tecem uma certeza impossível,
Onde viver novamente tem sentido.

Num abismo sem fim de sentimentos e pecados,
Onde nos tornamos um só,
Confundindo estes momentos vividos ou sonhados,
Onde somos luz, fervor e pó.

C.A. & I.C.A.

Submitted: Thursday, May 31, 2012

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