Biography of Lilia Fer.
I am a Brazilian student. I live in the most beautiful city in the world, Rio de Janeiro. My dream is to study Fashion or Journalism. I have a hidden love for History and Archeology.
My family is my great source of happiness.
My family also includes two of the sweetest dogs in the world and a pesky, lazy cat.
Ill write about anything personal for me and things I want to remember about...
Can you imagine how grateful I'll be for my past self when I read all this?
I don't rhyme because I don't worry enough to do so. It pains my head and that's the last thing I want to feel while enjoying myself.
On a side note, I hope you have a very good day!
Lilia Fer. Poems
To My Grandma
I remember your last words to me, on that heating summer By the hospital sheets Mom had to buy some suplies to our house And I stayed with you during that day
A Poem For You
When the sky turns lime green When my office's windows are clean That's when I'll stop loving you.
I'M Afraid Of Many Things
I'm afraid I'll watch the funniest TV shows But have no one to laugh together with me With popcorn on our hands And happiness on our hearts
Sometimes I Just Wonder Why
I miss my grandma The old missy that smelled so great! Oh, she made the most delicious treats I wish you where there to taste.
Bye Bye First Love
I never had any experience with boys You fascinated me— in every shape and every form When your hands touched my cheek for the first time My body felt like a storm
My best friend told me one day She caught my with that dreamy look People in love have in their eyes: Why wait for a prince charming that never comes?
A Woman's Heart
I remember when I was just a little girl And I wanted to play with the boys in my neighbourhood You must have a idea of what they said to me if you're a woman They said that I could not run because I was a girl
To My Beloved Dogs
Yesterday my dogs were two little white dots In the dark wooden floor Today my dogs are now mother and father Of pesky six puppies
To My Grandma
I remember your last words to me, on that heating summer
By the hospital sheets
Mom had to buy some suplies to our house
And I stayed with you during that day
Playing on a old game console
Your last words to me were
'I love you'
And my last words to you were