I Will Never Wonder Again - Poem by Gabriel Couto
I wonder if the stars I see shinning
In the cloudless sky are the ones you see,
But after a while I take a little time
and I come to realize that's just me.
I stood for world heroes and for pain
I stood there so now I sat just to breathe,
The war it remains in silence
and silence doesn't not exist.
No wonder they think I'm crazy,
No wonder I still being beated.
I wonder if the stars I see will be all
our children running wild and free,
I wonder if a dropp of the ocean is
the most small amount of what I feel.
and I'll never wonder no more again
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