maria sudibyo

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Have Faith

You don't have always told me what I should do
You don't need to text me just to scold me
Don't put your sour face when it is not going like your plan 
Don't shout like I can not hear you
It hurts

Have faith
That I have some sense
Have faith
That I won't do reckless thing
Have faith
That I can think what's good myself 
I may make a mistake
But I'm just human
I am not perfect
So have a little faith in me

Even though sometimes you irritating me
Even though I'm tempted to ignore you
Don't make me try to avoid you
Don't make me fear to open your message
It's exhausting 

Have faith
That I'm not abandoning you
Have faith
That I don't mean to hurt you
Have faith
That I'm not heartless to just leave you when you need me
Please see from my point of view
I have my own problem
I also have a feeling
I want a little faith in me

Submitted: Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Edited: Thursday, October 18, 2012

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