Treasure Island

maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Give me the reason to live


My mind could be filled with doubt
My heart could waver with despair
But my fate still face ahead

My hair may turn to grey
My body may be weakened
But my words would echo through the time

Give me the strength
Because I'm not strong enough
Give me the hope
Because I don't have any

Give me the love
So I feel safe and warm
Give me the light
So I can walk forward

My dream may be tainted with fear
My world may be painted in darkness
But my life still going on

My burden could be weighted my shoulder
My guilt could consume my will
But my faith would find the sun

Give me the strength
Before I run away
Give me the hope
Before I completely disappear

Give me the love
Even if it will be gone
Give me the light
Even if it is the end

Submitted: Wednesday, June 06, 2012

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