Inima nu are cum sa moara.

Poti sa iti schimbi culoarea parului,culoarea pielii macar si culoarea hainei.Poti sa iti schimbi scrisul,gindul si imaginatia.Poti sa iti cumperi altceva care te v-a schimba,poti sa iti procuri ceva care iti v-a taia din timp.Poti sa iti schimbi orice,dar nu poti sa faci ca inima sa iti fie pur si simplu schimbata.Nu ai cum,macar nu exista ceva anume.Inima e radacina a tuturor falptelor tale,care cu timpul se transforma in frunze..nicioadata,radacina asta nu poate sa moara,pur si simplu…

Published by daianapirgaru

Hello, there! My name is Diana. I am from the Republic of Moldova. Moved to the United States in 2016, and started from the beginning. I was born to inhale words instead of air, to have ink instead of blood, to live thousands of years everything people live in a moment. Since I remember myself, I had this deep connection with the moon, autumn, and woods. I was the sensitive child in the family or the weirdest one. I discovered my passion at an early age, but my wings were broken since I was in high school. Didn't stop flying. Moved to another planet, where I had to learn English from the beginning. I am an overexcited person who adores words and struggles with grammar. I write gritty short stories, novels, and poems, holidays articles, etc. Besides that, I am a student and a MOM.

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