If I were asked about home for me
I would be smiling sadly, reminiscing
On place where I was born before to flee
In an eternal search of what I didn’t see.
Before my eyes would rise few pictures
Right from the deepest memory of mine
The place with such enchanting features
That make my heart and mind shine.
Magnificent and proud planet
Is settled on the farthest of the space
Drowning in sunrays like in blanket
And living in unhurried slower pace.
There are so many endless seas
Vast plains, green forests and warm light.
There are no wars, deception or disease
But lots of real feelings, joy, delight.
This place has never heard of winter
Has never known hunger and distress.
Eternity has always been the part of inner
Senescence is what we do not possess.
So many traits forgotten by your land
The sense of dignity, morality and honor
Still live and thrive in my homeland
Remain the virtue as essential, proper.
The residents of this bewitching place
Don’t know what the imposture means.
They challenge and a hardship face
Together only like best friends or teams.
These families keep holding hearth
These friends are only loyal, devotee.
These people know the value of the mirth
Each other’s victories they meet with glee.
While writing all these praising lines
I cannot help but smiling warmly.
Recalling first days here with signs
Of former sameness I’ll tell shortly.
Before the time I almost realized
The Earth has lost its goodness
I saw the tiniest marks disguised
As something else against my sureness.
I saw few hopeful things around
Which made me think you’re the same.
I saw how smiles and hugs surround
The real friendship not to feign.
I saw the real love and chumming,
The loyal partnership and trust.
The real beauty, refined and stunning,
The wisdom in the experiences dust.
But then I saw among the earthlings
Those individuals so hostilely disposed.
They were rejecting widespread feelings
By shaming people for being disclosed.
Since then it has become so wrong
To make a friend with someone odd
To be yourself for the lifelong
To love whoever in your heart is hold.
How dare you to judge and scold
The fellows from your own world?
How dare you to be so silly bold
By choosing what must be felt and told?
Stop overrating the impact
You think you have on others.
Try to understand, forgive, accept
Regardless of the feelings, cultures.
Stay on your own path you chose
Without weighing and competing.
All people from both of our worlds
Deserve to live just freely breathing.
And only then you’ll see around
How world of you will start to change.
Transforming to the place that sound
So impeccable to settle there, and not estrange.