maria sudibyo

Freshman - 737 Points (280883 / parist van java)

Before The Rain

Why do we fight?
It should be our day
Why do we shout in anger and lies?
I just want to make you happy
But now you’re gone
Leave me alone

Why do we hurt?
It’s not what we mean
Why do we always stubborn?
I just need you to care
But now clear sky
Has turn to grey

Before the rain
I’ll catch your train
Before the night shows its face
We’ll meet again

Before the rain
I’ll bring you home
Before the dark starts to swallow
I’ll beg you stay

Why do we argue?
It just simple fair
Why do we break up without a thought?
Just to satisfy our pride
And now you find
We’re such fool clown

Why do we forget?
The promise we share
Why do we avoid each other?
Afraid to admit mistake
And now regret
Begins to ache

Before the rain
Don’t end this game
Before despair changes tomorrow
I know we can

Before the rain
Give me a chance
Before the flood sweep you away
I hold you tight

Why don’t we listen?
The one who crying there
Why we restraint this feeling inside?
Like waiting who first burst and fall
What we avenge
After the storm came

Why do we act?
Like there’s nothing wrong
Why do we keep the question?
We long to hear the answer
How could we stand
In separate way

Before the rain
Disguise the pain
Before the cold freeze our heart
I’ll warm you there

Before the rain
Never stop to land
Before the sun no more to shine
We’ll be together

And then we found
We’re such fool clown

Submitted: Saturday, November 12, 2011
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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