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maria sudibyo

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Cloud of Sadness


Sadness is like cloud
Sometimes it just fleeting thin in the air
Sometimes it surround us with melancholy feeling
Sometimes it united into one giant fluff
Sometimes it changed into imaginary shape
Sometimes the sun could shine through it
Sometimes it becomes so thick and gloomy
And when it is already too heavy
It will tear up rain
Or even strike lightning mercilessly
Making a frightening messy storm
Until it slowly calm down
Or fading out nowhere
But it always keep circling in our heart

Submitted: Saturday, January 25, 2014

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