Candle's Words - Poem by Elis Mita
Between you all, always I stayed.
Being ready to burn everywhere.
Present when you all prayed.
Every moment I was there.
For the joy o' birthday o'er a pie.
Fighting alone the entire dark.
Burning mysel' to make you write;
A letter to the love far.
Sacrificating fo' thou, each other to see.
To drink, to love, to eat and to be.
Centuries, persons and what I saw.
Everythin' happen'd in whole world.
And when you'll see, in the finish me
Thinking that I'm might died.
I'll be there for you all to see.
To give my light, I'm alive...
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