By Aslong   


I want to get wet in the drizzling rain,
And watch the peonies in chain.
Look like seraph when come come closer,
Who ever watches them must not be losser.

I want to walk in the meadows,
In the morning watching from my windows.
When you will watch the pistals of flower,
You will find wild bees buzzing on them.

I want to see the peak all around,
And watch the dragonflies resting on the ground.
When ever you will chase them,
You will find no one of them.

I want to see the moving cloud,
And hear the Nightingales sweet song singing aloud.
When you will watch them all,
You will find rival in them all.

I want to sing the serenade.
For it had been my ancestors made.
When i dream of the land where i belong,
I can hear the serenade song.

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