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maria sudibyo

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Dark Moon


I can't remember your old face
right now I only see your shadow
and I'm afraid losing it too
I turn into nobody
I torn in guilty
living in someone's dream
walking with someone's shoes
please forget me
erase your memory
please release me
before I'm not anymore me
please don't follow me
leave and don't look at me
please runaway from me
before I catch you unwillingly
you are the last person I should touch
the last person to be harmed
you hold my life
you hold my soul
please hate me
before I love you deeply

Submitted: Sunday, September 14, 2008

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