maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Don't Say By Name


I miss you but I won't meet you
even I crave for those hugs and kisses
I'll find another warmth to comfort me

don't say by name
or don't even say a word
because what comes in reality
might be different from expectation

I love you but I'm tired to cry
even I can't live without you and your love
I will hold this pain to remember me

don't say by name
or don't even say a word
because what comes into the air
might crack this tears again

I need you but I keep tumbling
even my head's spinning and my knees weak
the one who cannot said by name will still in the heart

Submitted: Tuesday, June 02, 2009
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