songs by the park

when dent-de-lion enters the park, he starts running and laughing.
when dent-de-lion sees a child, he starts running and hugs her.
he looks at the sky, in awe, and can’t seem to look away.
and then he spins, and spins, and spins, until he falls on the ground
my baby likes to run, and when he falls. he just gets up and smiles and runs again.

he caresses the tress, and the flowers, without hurting them.
sometimes he takes a leaf, but only because he thinks he can put it back.
he picks little beautiful tree’s children from the ground, and he gives it to me.
dent-de-lion‘s big eyes shine when i blow a dandelion. and he kisses me.

my baby likes dogs, so he kisses them too.
and he loves to swing his mama, and sing ding dong.
he loves to swing with his mama, and to hug her, and to be very close to her,
while singing this ding-dong, ding-dong, ding-dong lullaby.

and all she can do is
to live right in this moment
and to love and to be happy
in this eternal moment of time.

girls jumping

«-,- { keep writing, } -‘-»

vector of a venetian mask



if you liked my poem, you’ll love this haiku!


p. s. i’m thinking about writing a poetry book for children, what do you think?


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