We Move - Poem by Maria Junnonen
We Move around.
Good night and Good morning, another day is here. A begin of the routine and the end of a day.
Good day, nice to see you. We go to work and probably yell, but we also laugh to this invicible spell of happiness.
Good evening, shall we go to eat. The work is done and it's free time. Time for family, time for friends, time to be alone. Well why don't you go and read a book! Hook the book and pass the words. It's time to eat.
Good night and midnight, it's here again. Sleep my children, for you have another day tomorrow. We move, we sleep. Have pleasant dreams.
Hello and good bye, we shall erase ourselves from this world.
We don't need to be here, we wanna fly around. We wanna catch the cumulus cloud, we wanna stamp in the rain. We are here to move around.
Good morning again.
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