maria sudibyo

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How Many, How Long


How many time wasted, how many
how many promises you said, to me
how many love I sacrificed, how many
how many scar scratched, my heart
I can't forget, I can't get out
pain feeling, fool longing
vague memory trapped in my heart
but no more love left

How long I've been waiting, how long
how long my heart tormented, your behavior
how long I live in vain, how long
how long my tears flow, like river
now it's over, now it's all done
storm in my soul, chained heart
don't keep me if you don't love me
let our promise becomes dust and ash

Submitted: Sunday, December 28, 2008

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  • Rookie Shyam Balaji (12/28/2008 10:55:00 PM)

    hey maria,
    amazing poem! ! >..the descriptions are really awesome...loved it a lot...wonderful expressions....gr8 imagery...has all the essense of a poem...keep going..GOOD LUCK! ! ! >.

    read ma poems nd comment on them wen ur free..bye..take care. (Report) Reply

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