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I Wrapped in Heart

I Wrapped in Heart

written by: Simona Prilogan


I wrapped in heart the golden thoughts
Uprooted from my mother race,
The smiles, the sorrows of bonds’ knots,
From a togetherness embrace.
I celebrate their grounded seeds
With love empowering the light,
Carving by grace compassion deeds
Through my whole space, so pure, so bright.

I wrapped in heart the childhood song
With whispers of the rivers’ streams,
The Psalms of dawns, the mother tongue,
The forest’s tunes through sunny beams.
I celebrate their feeding force
Calming my stride in stormy days,
A blessed offset in my grey course,
Holding strong stems through misty haze.

I wrapped in heart sweet remembrance
From sagas shaping my dreamland
With heroes greeting resemblance
From my beloved, sacred homeland.
I celebrate the roots I hold,
Deep, firm, ancestral, native depths,
Away from home, paths to remould,
Carrying with me their branches’ strengths.

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