If I were a bird, I would fly away,
To an island far away,
Far from these worry and bruises,
To a land full of merry and cruises.
If I were a horse, I would gallop all the way,
Far from this maddening crowd, and it’s bay,
From these memories which hunt,
And the ghost of the past which haunt.
If I were a fish, I would swim across
Crossing over all these carcass
To an all together different horizon,
Where a new life so beautifully beckon.
If I were all these above, and I meant the core,
I would have done all this and more,
But I am just who I am, so I ought to shine,
In this little corner, in this world of mine.