Miranda

Every time I laugh
I hide a tear
A new trial, a new path
I tell myself, I can survive this year

I'm still young
My whole life ahead
So I will hold my tongue
Until I'm dead

So summer swallow me
And keep me warm with your crimson hands
Let me be free
And drown me in your warm sands

So spring baptize me
Bathe me in your rain
I only have one plea
That you wash away my pain

So autumn hide me
In a pile of vermillion leaves
Can't you see
I want to pass with the trees

So winter take me
Bury me in a white sheet of snow
Let me flee
To the ice-kissed mountains, I go

I'm still young
My whole life ahead
So I will hold my tongue
Until I'm dead

Then let me laugh again
No matter the intention
And I will pretend
Until divine intervention

The End

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