maria sudibyo

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Bring World to Death

Bring love to death
When life full of wrath
And heart filled with hate
Cause I will never ever live with that

Bring hope to death
When grief crossed the path
And friends betray the oath
Cause I will never ever forget that

Bring dream to death
When darkness overflows the fate
And world consumed with wrong faith 
Cause I will never ever accept that

Bring joy to death
When innocence starts to fade
And bitterness march the parade
Cause I will never ever cry for that

Bring light to death
When night is near to watch
And hands fail to catch
Cause I will never ever fall from that

Bring will to death
When no reason left in aftermath
And the upcoming regret carries the breath 
Cause I will never ever beg for that

Bring sincerity to death
When truth never comes to my plate
And kindness is only a cheating gate
Cause I will never ever take that

Submitted: Wednesday, January 09, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, January 09, 2013

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