mary das

(13.10.66 / Malaysia)

Consciousness within...


What shall I say?
to wish you only the best
you deserve it
you have always been a mystery
since the moment i saw you
since the moment i got to know you
that's what made you so special
that unique reserve smile of yours
it's very intriguing
what shall i say?
don't ever lose it
don't ever change it
a piece of advice
control your destiny
never lose your individualism
never lose your independence
once you lose it
once you let another controls it
once you let another dictates it
you lose your self respect
what shall i say?
hold on to it tightly
you.....my conscience.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 11, 2008

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