What kind of fool am I
to believe that I own the sun
in tenderhearted, enchanted mornings,
singing a ballad of a worried prisoner
who has secret storms in his blood,
and his sweet melody is calming down
my storms and my distress…

What kind of fool am I
to believe that I once lived in a castle,
and til the morning of the midnight
I was reading tales of the darkest knight,
but then… a strange voice through a cloud
called me “the unearthly child”, out loud…

What kind of fool am I
to believe that the grass is my pillow.
I’m like a downhill dreamer,
walking barefoot in the park,
hand in hand
waiting to be called into
the Promised Land,
saying the holy vows of Heaven…

What kind of fool am I
if I dreamt the sky burning
as I walked on midnight’s alley,
feeling dispossessed of the
sweet things that seem so far…

What kind of fool am I
if I play the game of survival
in the longest season of rain and lightning,
if I take a second glance at life
and catch that amazing moment
when two wrongs can make a right
and don’t want to give up, not without a fight.

Well, I must say:
I’ll get through all the barriers one day,
even if I end up being the last star from the left,
cause love… will always make me sail like fool,
as long as I’ll breath
the miracle of life in my chest.

26.06.2018, London

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