maria sudibyo

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Art of Miracle


Something that never be seen
Something you desperately wish to be
Something that seems not likely to happen
Something you almost stop to believe

Something beautiful
Something amazing
Something mysterious
Something rare

Something not to be understood
Something that brings hope back
Something simple but meaningful
Something being blessed by God

Something extraordinary
Something wonderful
Something touching
Something pure

A gift of life, a second chance
A tremendous luck, an astounding effect
A healing power, a surprising outcome
An answered prayer, a heavenly dream

An impossible occurrence, an irrational fact
A divine intervention, a magnificent creation
An unavoidable destiny, a strange coincidence
An unlikely savior, a magic illusion

Over thousand possibility ends, among many ordinary days
Of lot sorrowful disappointment, through all bitter failures
In uncountable broken promises, by plenty misleading roads
Someday you will find your miracle

Submitted: Thursday, July 25, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013

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