maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

I Won't Go Back


Will you come in the promise night
Or have you forgotten me in your mind
The waiting is felt so long
My soul’s flakening

Until the fact spread opened
That you can’t put a lie anymore
And the world seems to disappear
My heart’s darkening

I would not go back
Won’t weave this hope inside my heart
Because I have clearly found
The lone road of my life
Without you

I would not cry again
Even night is unbearable cold
Because I have realized
The end right in my eyes
All with your love

If I could throw the love I have
Blame everything to your fault
And I will come as a winner
But I don’t feel ease

If I could grow vines of hatred
Cover all of reminiscent
Beautiful but trap me in vain
And I can not stand

I would not go back
Won’t weave this hope inside my heart
Because I have clearly found
My own way of my life
Without you

I would never regret
Though I want reply so many times
Because all those memories
Are just a memory
That will be passing by

Will you come in the promise night
Or have you forgotten me in your mind
Now you only like a shadow
And the morning comes

Submitted: Monday, May 03, 2010

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