|I wade in a Great Valley,|
I'd seen a beautiful lady,
She was so comely and lovely,
It seems like fascinating me.
In my dreams she always appear,
In my mind she always there,
Extreme feelings that I can't explain,
Perhaps I in love & wouldn't take a vain.
I always go to the Great Valley,
To gaze the gorgious lady,
One day when I veered to that valley,
I'd seen her closely and starkly.
I picked up a single white rose,
In a garden that was so fabulous,
Beating of my heart was melodious,
Wishing that she will not bemuse.
I spent my time looking at her surreptitiously,
Her eyes just like rising sun at the middle of the sea,
She looks so charm and demure, it almost perfectly,
How I wish...we have the same destiny...