Friday, 06 May 2011 08:03


Written by  Teodora Benescu
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written by Teodora Benescu and Maria Voulgari

When I was a baby I could just cry

When I was a child I could just dream

When I became a teenager I could just love.

What can I do now?

Life is so short that I cannot breath

That I cannot stop and say "enough"

Because I want to be a child forever.


I cannot remain silent

and let others plan my future

I cannot live my life the way they want to

I cannot let time pass and wait for something magic to happen


I want to live in a world of innocence

in a world without pain and sorrow

I want to love and to be loved

and be free to choose my life path.


After all, it is MY LIFE.

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  • Comment Link Belogia Paraskevi Saturday, 07 May 2011 13:34 posted by Belogia Paraskevi

    Very nice poem,Teodora,your thoughts are so mature! I just wish all of us could remain innocent and kind-hearted, just like the way children are..:)

  • Comment Link Voulgari Maria Sunday, 19 June 2011 14:08 posted by Voulgari Maria

    Very good work my lovely partner….! I am very glad that students from Greece and Romania worked together in this project and we all did a great job!..I wish we win the first prize in the European eTwinning awards because my schoolmates and I really want to meet all of you! Congratulations to you! You did a great job in this project and I was really lucky to be your partner:)I wish you a wonderful Summertime full of love health and joy…!!!...:) :*

  • Comment Link Sakellariou Venia Thursday, 21 July 2011 12:00 posted by Sakellariou Venia

    i love this poem...very good work.....:-):-*:-0

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