Come With Me - Poem by André Lopes
I saw you running today after a butterfly,
then you smiled gazing at me.
its funny how your face seems to tell a love tale
between the moon and deepest sea.
You’re a wild flower,
you live between the autumm and the spring,
between lucidity and lunacy.
you’re just like me,
all our lives whe walked side by side,
since we were born.
were seeds of paradise’s perfume.
Come with me,
lets swim together and climb to the clouds.
let the night make us one.
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