I dance and flirt with the winds
Revered the grace of wild flowers.
Sniff their perfume that pervades
My piece of eden.
The birds serenade me with choice ballads.
Their corale are perched on the boughs of trees
That the crystalline spring waters nourish.
The leaves cup the dew
To cool the fruits,
Crunchy to bite in the morning.
Some days I’m bathe by honey drops from heaven.
Other times I’m soothe by sun beam.
Incessantly, the canopy shields me
From the scorching heat of midday.
I marvel at the gifts of every sunrise.
Am charmed by the sunset’s tranquility.
On quiet moonlit nights
I wish upon the brilliant cosmic dusts
To guide you to me.
As the daity’s hands rock my cradle
And the winds sing me lullabies
To blissful sleep.