maria sudibyo

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I Just Want to Go Home


What is your problem?
I'm tired
I'm exhausted
What are you waiting for?
I just want to go home

What makes you hesitant?
I'm cold
I'm hungry
What keep you from moving?
I just want to go home

What are you laughing at?
I'm lost
I'm defeated
What left worth to fight?
I just want to go home

What halt your feet now?
I'm troubled
I'm insecure
Why don't you come with me?
I just want to go home

Why your soul still astray?
I'm longing
I desire
Why are you looking so distant?
I just want to go home

What pull you back again?
I'm sad
I'm broken
What drop you on your knees?
I just want to go home

What are you hiding?
The fear
The weakness
What will you do then?
I just want to go home

What are you throwing to yourself?
My fault
My burden
What are you still denying?
I just want to go home

Submitted: Monday, March 04, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, March 05, 2013

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