Azul (Blue)

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January 8, 2014 by WITS Houston

Photo by Nate Eagleton via flickr

Photo by Nate Eagleton via flickr

Azul, que bailas en el cielo
Azul, las cachapas de Venezuela
Azul, como “Mary”
Alas de un pájaro
Azul, el pelaje
Que te oigo
En el mar
Como si ves el bien
En un Dios
Te veo
Como amor

Blue, you are dancing in the sky.
Blue, the cachapas of Venezuela
Blue, like the “Mary”
Wings of a bird
Blue, the hair
That I hear you
In the sea
Like if you see the good
in God
I see you
Like Love

by Paola, 2nd Grade


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