I know a place, Untouched by the city. A place where the foliage, Extends on forever.

A place that I go, On a beautiful day, Just to sit, And to think, And to pray.

A grassy valley, All covered in green. With trees as tall as giants. They surround me, Huge protectors, Keepers of the sacred soil.

A babbling brook calls to me, And I play in its cool water. The winds blows gently, Through my auburn locks, And I am at peace

I know a place, To sit in solitude. To be at one with yourself. To think, to love, to live, To dare and to dream.