If the Lord God….

If the Lord God for a second, forgot about that, I rag doll, and gave me some life, probably, I wouldn't say just, what do you think; I would have thought more about, what I'm saying. I would value things not for their worth, but for what they mean. I would sleep less, wanted more, aware of, that every minute with my eyes closed - we lose sixty seconds of light. I would go, when others hold back, I would Wake up, while others sleep, I would listen to, when others say. And as much as I enjoyed the chocolate ice cream! If the Lord gave me some life, I would dress simply, rose with the first ray of sun, Baring not only my body, and the soul. Oh my God, if I had a little more time, I would put my hate on ice, and waited, when the sun appears.

I'd paint the stars, van Gogh, dreamed, reading poems Benedet-ti, and the song Serra would be my moonlight Serenade. I washed the roses with my tears, to feel the pain of their thorns and the red kiss of their petals. Oh my God, if I had a bit of life… I wouldn't have missed the day, not to say beloved people, I love them. I would convince each woman and each man, I love them, I would live in love with love. I'd have shown people, how wrong they were, thinking, when they get older, we cease to love: on the contrary, they grow old because, what cease to love! Child I would give wings and taught him to fly. Old people I would teach, that death comes not from old age, but from oblivion.

 I also learned a lot from you, people. I learned, that everyone wants to live on top of a mountain, not knowing, that true happiness awaits him on the descent. I realized, what, when a newborn child the father's finger a tiny Cam, he grabs it forever. I realized, that person has the right to look at another top-down only, to help him to his feet. I have learned so much from you, but, in truth, from all this much use, because, stuffed it the trunk, I'm dying.


(these words attributed to Paulo Coelho the)