Don’t freeze me, in time immemorial, I pray,
Don’t punish me, for things, I have long forgotten, I did,
Instead love me for what I am now,
Just as I am now, and would like to be remembered.
Don’t freeze people, whom you love or at least you loved,
Once upon a time unconditionally and unabashedly,
For they deserve to be frozen, in time you best remember,
Freeze them in that everlasting and everloving memory of yours.
Unfrozen all those hatred in your hearts for them,
For it harms you, more than it does harm to them,
For all the days you spent with them,
All the sweet little talks will make no sense, once you hate them.
It did mean something, at least it did then,
When you whispered into my ears,
All what I wanted to hear, from you and only you,
Even if I now would rather forget it, but in my deepest memory it remains.
For there, I have frozen you, in my deepest memories,
Those are the days, I prefer to remember you by,
For I hate, hating somebody whom I had learned to love,
For I freeze them, from where no one, no; not even me can unfrozen them.