Fight, my dear;
For you have fire inside you,
The fire that once burned in a star.
Heads up, my dear;
For you have strenght inside you,
The strength of the mountain standing tall.
Fly, my dear;
For you have dreams inside you
Your dreams – the wind beneath your wings.
Laugh, my dear;
For you have mirth inside you,
The mirth of a river skipping towards the sea.
Dance, my dear;
For you have rhythm inside you
The rhythm of the rain falling on the ground.
Believe, my dear;
For you have light inside you
The light of the stars that burned up to become you.
It’s hilarious, I think
The way you claim to know me
I am an ocean fathoms deep,
You only dipped your toes in my water.
You have watched my surfacefrom the shore,
And once in a while, a gust of wind,
Might have brought my droplets to you.
You know me from my surfaces,
You know not the roaring depths.
In the deep waters of my soul will you find me,
You’ll discover me then, my dear
Drop by drop, as you plunge deeper
But would you have the strength?
The strength to hold your breath that long?
My waters are not hostile,
You’re welcome to witness the calm and the storm.
But do you dare, dear?
Do you dare to dive?