Treasure Island

Albert Oktovianus

(27 Oct 1980 / Jakarta)

Green Matter


Hop in partner
Let’s take on the brave new world
Join in partner
Let’s make a way through this dusty road

Out there you can’t find a better way to get lost
Out there you have to slip and slide just to get by
You know what you hope to find
You always want it, you know it

As green as it can be
The keen of a grass field
As green as it can be
The tears of mother earth

Try to listen, try to see
Look around, go around
Just say that you’ll go with me
Go with me to find the greens and tears

Jakarta,15 March 2005

Submitted: Monday, March 14, 2005

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