If you all say something, I pretend I can’t hear
by Mihai Eminescu (1850-1889)
If you all talk, I pretend I can’t hear.
I don’t say no, but I don’t praise you.
You all act how you want.
I don’t hoot at you, nor do I applaud.
No one can make me follow his flute.
My destiny is to search for the truth
— Only into my heart.
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