Treasure Island

maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Enough is (not) enough


It seems that war is a fun game to play
It seems that destroyed home and burning road are nice scenery plan
It seems that with killing and be killed we can go to heaven
It seems that anger and shout are cheering emotion
It seems that life is meaningless without power and money
It seems that ego has won this round
It seems that nobody understands how to care the world
It seems that words say promise then just disappear
It seems that dream hardly created because they can not sleep in peace
It seems that time leave us with loud last laugh

Enough is not enough

Now I will make you cry until you can't think with your stubborn head
I will wash and clean your heart from hatred and prejudice
You are a gem soul that too precious to leave before time
Welcome to our great warm family and listen
From dark road or golden cage I'll show you light is everywhere
I will teach you how to smile and say 'thank you'
It doesn't matter about your past but don't run from me
I will repeat a song you want to hear in your sleep
Dream will whisper to you like unchained fireworks
And future is only one step ahead

Submitted: Friday, November 21, 2008

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