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Oct 2016
I want to live in the deep forest,
Where I can sip the brewed coffee I grind in the morning mist,
Where I can eat the fruits, vegetable and herbs I’ve planted.
I wanna live.

I want to live in the deep forest,
Where my clean and simple hut can found,
Where different flowers bloom,
Where clear stream of water flows.
I wanna live.

You little sweet Maya bird,
Why are you crying?
Have you lost your mother
To sigh like that?
Worry no more, she’ll come back
With the food on her beak
that will satisfy your soul.

I want to live in the deep forest,
Where I can cultivate my own rice field,
To reap, cook and serve on my wooden table.
I’ll eat β€˜till I satisfy my soul.
I wanna live.

I want live in the land
Where there is no famine,
No war, only peace.
Even there are rivalries,
They settle for the purpose of common good.
Arguments is being done to unleash the right.
And they embrace right.

I wanna live.
Eden Tucay
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Eden Tucay  Philippines
(Philippines)   
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