Child of two thousand

I let you the sun and the earth
the moon and the old book,
And the story of Snow White
and the portrait of my dog.

I leave you a bag of laughs,
A tree candy,
Several wars long past,
A school and a teacher.

I leave you a grain of wheat
So you sow the ground.
I leave you the cloud, water,
Train, air and kiss.

Child of two thousand
everything in your hands I leave
I was born to take care of
and your care I leave you.

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