maria sudibyo

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I Need A Complimentary


I need a complimentary
Just a smile would be energy
In a hard day of work
It will raise my spirit to hold on

I need a complimentary
Just a ‘thank you’ would be necessary
Though my job is small and looks unimportant
I help you in the place you can not see

I need a complimentary
Just a hug would be insurance
That what I do is worth to fight
Even I should sacrifice myself

I need a complimentary
Just a soft tap would be a relief
I need you to acknowledge me
So I could be a better me

I need a complimentary
Just a cup of tea would be enough
To quench my thirst in longing
And I don’t waste my time in waiting

I need a complimentary
Just a simple comment would be happiness
When at least you remember me
Though you don’t mean it as anything

Submitted: Friday, December 16, 2011
Edited: Friday, December 16, 2011

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