Treasure Island

maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

A Day with Mischievous Thief


I have nothing
I don't make something
I'm just stealing
What looks good but you don't notice
What is precious but you sadly waste
What interest me but you never give a damn

I don't need everything
I'm not obsessed with anything
I just love to see your face
When I take away your treasure
When you realize that you have lost it
When it feels better owned by me than you

I'm definitely not a good man
I'm not even honorable
You can see I'm just a dirty thief
Maybe I will lie to get your attention
Maybe I will cheat you after you swayed
But it is a trick part of the game

I don't want to be bored and lonely
I never ask to be labeled like most of society
And don't call me irresponsible
It is just based on my nature instinct
You just offer an intriguing challenge
And just blame it to your heart that so intricate to be conquered

Submitted: Saturday, May 10, 2014

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