maria sudibyo

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From Far Away: Jeida's Speech


Dunia ini luas
Bermacam-macam orang hidup dengan memegang cara pikirnya masing-masing
Di tempat yang tidak diketahui
Aku adalah bagian darinya juga
Aku dulu bermaksud menjalankan dunia seorang diri
Aku benar, tapi entah kenapa tak bisa menjalankan apa yang aku inginkan
Aku pernah hidup dalam kerisauan dan ratap tangis
Tapi mungkin karena aku dulu seperti ingin memasangkan dunia yang luas ini ke dalam bingkai yang kecil yaitu aku
Beban di pundakku telah kulepaskan
Sekarang aku akan mencari peranku sendiri
Tanpa tergesa-gesa, tanpa ambisi
Dengan santai
Sambil menjejakkan kaki di tanah

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Submitted: Thursday, November 01, 2007
Edited: Monday, October 03, 2011

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