maria sudibyo

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Art Of Song


They whispering love
They screaming life
They thumping passion
Even though it is silly
You can't get it out of your mind

They praising Lord
They humming contentment
They singing joy
Even though it is simple
Your mood is improved in the needed moment

They melting ice
They sublime feeling
They spreading goosebumps
Even though it is old
It never fails to shake our soul

They chanting anxiety
They shouting anger
They voicing critics
Even though it is merry
The power beneath leads the change

They telling stories
They carving memory
They breaking barriers
Even though it is long
You remember better than an easy lesson

They speaking dream
They teasing imagination
They growing hope
Even though it is unknown
It always contains your honest expression

They pushing shadow
They coloring scene
They echoing culture
Maybe we live in the world
That loves song more than poem

Submitted: Tuesday, September 03, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 03, 2013

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