maria sudibyo

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A Fan Letter Scrap


I want to meet you
I want to prove you are as gorgeous as I imagine
I need more to see your face
I need more to see your smile
Your laugh, your voice, your silliness
I should hold my breath
Every times your new picture popping in my board
Hoping my Internet signal doesn't mess up with me
And giving it straight to my eyes
Because it's the only way I can see you
Because it's the way I'm relieved that you are alright
In every time you take a long break
Please don't disappear
Please don't break my heart again
Even though I could never ever reach you
Even though I'm just among your unknown admirers
I will support you
I will always wait for your works
Because you deserve all the praises
You deserve to be recognized as a talented person
And you are my strength
To overcome darkness and shadow
You are my sun

Submitted: Saturday, May 10, 2014

Topic of this poem: letter


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