maria sudibyo

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Domino Poem by maria sudibyo


I'm waiting you to answer
You are waiting her to answer
She is waiting him to answer
He is waiting me to answer
What a perfect endless circle
We place our hope on thin air
We pile our dream on fragile ground
One wrong movement and it will destroy the unspoken truce
Will it start to end when somebody makes little mistake?
Will it begin the chain reaction that effects all of us?

Throw the dice
Pick your number
Spin your lot
Wish for your luck

I'm longing you to come
You are longing her to come
She is longing him to come
He is longing me to come
We give our hearts in someone's mercy
We mount our faith in unrequited peak
What an amazing repeated cycle
Fear and insecurity haunt the peaceful pattern
Will it be the end if everybody has been fallen apart?
Or will a miracle happen for any of us?

Maybe we like to play with tragedy
Maybe we enjoy this illusive misery
Maybe we afraid to face the truth
Maybe we actually don't want to be free

Submitted: Saturday, October 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 22, 2013

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