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maria sudibyo

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before I sleep


What thing I should remember before I sleep?
Is it love that driving me like crazy
Or hate that consume me greedy
Is it a reason I should wake up in the morning
Or is it the cause I keep my eyes open
Is it hope that follows me in beautiful dream
Or is it despair responsible for my nightmare
Is it something important not to forget
Or is it something that annoys me so much
What thing I should remember before I close my eyes?
Is it the happy moment that happens on this day
Or embarrassing time I want to turn back again
Is it the list of activities I should accomplish tomorrow
Or a wandering thought of going nowhere
Is it the last thing I will remember in my life
Or I got the chance to change my mind
Nobody knows, oh, nobody will
I only wish that I’m blessed to remember the right one

Submitted: Tuesday, January 25, 2011

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