maria sudibyo

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maria sudibyo Poems

121. Art Of Hope 8/29/2011
122. Art Of Hug 1/24/2015
123. Art Of Humor 10/9/2012
124. Art Of Impression 9/20/2010
125. Art Of Kiss 2/13/2013
126. Art Of Label 7/17/2011
127. Art Of Life 8/30/2010
128. Art Of Light 1/16/2013
129. Art Of Losing  9/20/2012
130. Art Of Love 9/5/2011
131. Art Of Mad 9/6/2010
132. Art Of Mask 10/24/2011
133. Art Of Material 2/19/2010
134. Art Of Memory 10/31/2011
135. Art Of Miracle 7/25/2013
136. Art Of Miscellaneous 10/16/2011
137. Art Of Misunderstanding 3/20/2012
138. Art Of Mood 6/28/2011
139. Art Of Name 11/1/2014
140. Art Of Pain 5/22/2012
141. Art Of Paper 12/11/2008
142. Art Of Parody 12/30/2012
143. Art Of Permission 10/12/2013
144. Art Of Possibility 4/15/2012
145. Art Of Precious 1/9/2011
146. Art Of Puppet 11/3/2009
147. Art Of Purple 6/21/2014
148. Art Of Reason 1/28/2012
149. Art Of Reason Ii 2/13/2013
150. Art Of Rebel 2/1/2014
151. Art Of Red 3/25/2013
152. Art Of Responsibility 8/23/2014
153. Art Of Rest 9/17/2013
154. Art Of Romantic 12/16/2009
155. Art Of Sacrifice 10/19/2013
156. Art Of Salt 10/12/2009
157. Art Of Scream 10/31/2011
158. Art Of Secret 1/17/2011
159. Art Of Shadow 7/13/2009
160. Art Of Share 4/19/2011
Best Poem of maria sudibyo

I Will Never Forget You (Isaiah 49: 14-16)

I will never forget you,
My people
I have carved you
on the palm of My hand
I will never forget you
I will not leave you orphan
I will never forget My own

Does a mother forget her baby,
or a woman the child
within her womb?
Yet even if these forget,
yes even if these forget,
I will never forget My own

I will never forget you,
My people
I have carved you
on the palm of My hand
I will never forget you
I will not leave you orphan
I will never forget you,
My people
I have carved you
on the palm of My hand
I will ...

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Art Of Enough

Not good enough, not brave enough
Not strong enough, not tough enough
Not smart enough, not pretty enough
Will I ever satisfy you?

Not learn enough, not work enough
Not think enough, not fight enough
Not attentive enough, not symphatic enough
Everything I do is wrong for you

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