Dwi utami

(11-11-1986 / Ngawi.jawa timur)

*Heart Solitude*

I'to pass alone the cold night without tears*
Attempt for standing without love and try the feeling heart solitude*
I'passed my long night without word's*
without power*

Tried for to pass the current ocean of love that has bring me in heart solitude*
Tried for running to resist the current dark night that was impossible*

When the current attacked and made collapse my heart*
I'fall and sink in heart solitude*
Hoped received the warm hug*
Waiting the holy kiss*

I'passed my heart solitude*
Tried to erase my feel yearn that was impossible*
I'planted my longing too much in grounds my heart, and only will become wound in my heart**

Submitted: Thursday, July 29, 2010

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  • Nivedita Bagchi SPC UK (8/2/2010 1:30:00 PM)

    ‘Hoped received the warm hug*
    Waiting the holy kiss*’ ~ Here swing of emotion…lovely…

    ‘I'planted my longing too much in grounds my heart, and only will become wound in my heart**’ ~ Here de=swing of emotion…it is called poetic twist and you’ve carried me till last two lines…deluge of emotion…excellent from heart in solitude the womb of poetry… thanks sharing…
    Ms. Nivedita
    10/10 (Report) Reply

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