maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Art of Share


Food of soul, wave of smile
Kiss of dream, fire of will
Cry of happiness, feather of hope
Share a part of your emotion

To family, to stranger
To lover, to flamer
To the superstar, to the poor
Share a part of your affection

Bedtime story, respect recipe
Hidden plea, open sea
Living fantasy, world sympathy
Share a part of your thought

With sincerity, with motivation
With sacrifice, with self proof
With energy, with goody
Share a part of your own

Long experience, piece of friendship
Faith support, courageous words
Inspiration window, freedom way
Share a part of your action

From similarity, from difference
From the joy, from the pain
From your favor, from your lack
Share a part of your strength

Because we need somebody else
Because we want to make them happy
Because we could learn to be better
O parent, teach kindness to the children well!

Submitted: Tuesday, April 19, 2011

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