maria sudibyo

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Farewell to my thought


Only in the dark
I could finally release my mask
Only in the night
I could lower my guard
Because in the light
My eyes betray me
And my heart caught in the sight
In my solitary window
There’s no use to hide tear
Or try to fake cracks
I close my eyes and wandering
To the untouched side of my feeling
My nightmare, my scar of living
Until the sun arise in the morning
I swallow again those fears
And say farewell to my hidden thought

Submitted: Friday, May 14, 2010

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