maria sudibyo

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After The Rain


I try to write a song
But I don't find any word to chant
It's been a long night
And the cold starts to numb my heart

You hold me like shadow
Clouding my mind in silence
And no one there's to help
In the dark I slowly fall

After the rain
What's left remain
For me to care
After the storm
Showed its anger
Will you still stay?

After the rain
Can I see the sun
Tomorrow
After the tears
Of sorrow
Will I grow stronger?

Tell me not to fear thunder
That roars loud shaking the soul
And I will fight it till the end
Though frail hope I've only got

After the rain
Can I stop
This agony pain
After the flood
Will mud restrain
Me to move on

After the rain
Will something be
Finally changed
After the game
Was played
Will we learn to love again?

I want to give you smile
Before it's hidden by another rain
Together we'll stand close
Or is it time for us to say goodbye?

Submitted: Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Edited: Monday, November 04, 2013

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The rain trilogy: Before The Rain, In The Rain, After The Rain

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  • Freshman - 1,782 Points Kevin Patrick (5/8/2012 3:22:00 PM)

    Love is a banquet for the starving, a good work with good rytham and a straightforward message. (Report) Reply

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