My heart yearns for an adventure For a strange and rare venture Oblivious of the tons of dangers For in adventures I ain’t a stranger For I would relieve childhood years That I spent with my little peers.
An adventure in distant lands Where the children play with wet sands. And dolphins jump out of water When the noon sun makes the ocean hotter. Where the fisherman yaw his boat To capture all the salmon afloat.
An adventure by the oasis in the Sahara desert Where Tuaregs sit by the cactus to eat dessert. And watch as scorpions prey on lizards To feast on their gizzards. I want day sun to warm my smooth skin And the night cold to shiver my crude chin.
An adventure cuddling cold snow on my hand Where the icy pillars in their majesty stand. And make a cave of snow Strong to stand when wind blow. Then I will scare the polar bear That my cave like a paper wants to tear.
An adventure on the corn field When in summer the flowers yield When the butterflies pollinates the corns And the farmer weeds out the thorns I want to watch the corn spring to life When the early rain is rife
An adventure across the sky in a plane And watch as daylight slowly wane. I want to leave a route on the sky That in the future I would still ply. Then immortalize my name in the cloud That dark clouds in their anger cannot shroud.
An adventure deep in the amazon woods When the purple squirrel burrow for food. Where the monkey sway their tails And red roses litter narrow trails. I want to watch the ants builds their mounds As the ripe mangoes fall on the ground.
An adventure that will lead to places Leaving on all its paths my traces. Permanents prints that will last Even when my life like history is past. And my adventure would be told as a tale That like time will not stale.