Treasure Island

Jose Baez


Viento


Tranquilamente así, ella se fue
Rodeada de silencio y de por qué
Tranquilamente yo como el viento voy
Buscando su aliento en cada flor.


Tranquilamente tú en la quietud
Cuéntale a mi amada que sufriendo estoy
Dile que me falta, su sonrisa de amor.


Viento
Tú puedes ir allí en el silencio
Y contigo llevar, el resto que quedo de mí.


Viento
Y tráeme su aliento al regresar
Que nunca nunca es tarde para amar
Si hay sentimiento.

Submitted: Saturday, January 11, 2014
Edited: Monday, January 13, 2014

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