Rex mayor Ubini
Let's Be Friends - Poem by Rex mayor Ubini
The mirror of eyes, see things so different.
But I can hear the wind, the birds, the crickets,
voices of nature, they speak to us so clear;
that things are so common in true profundity.
Like the high frequencies of a sound
which define its clarity,
cannot from afar be heard clearly.
And if you lend ears to the wind perfectly,
You could hear a mighty rock reciting…;
I can see you on the back of a bird
You say I’m small when you look down at my hair.
But come stand by my side and look up to me,
You will learn I’m so huge and mighty indeed.’
So the rock says;
You cannot purport to know people from the sky,
just by having them in your eyes,
Or giving ears to the walls that gossip them.
The perception of people often change,
the moment you get close to them
with open heart, and get to know their true person.
That is the confluence of minds.
The merger where understanding is born.
If you can come to it,
and when you come to it,
you will learn that;
what was alien to you could be a mirage.
Or would have no effect on you in any way.
Now let me strike my palms against each other
Clap! Clap! Clap! If you heard the clap,
blink am eye to someone, offer a hand shake.
Right away light up your face and say;
Let’s be friends,
let’s be friends.
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