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maria sudibyo

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Immature


when grows old, what do you think lost?
human when grows old will recognize shame and become coward
learn to pretend not see, to pretend not listen
maybe that's called adult but, when realize
the growth stops
when grows old, the first thing gone is courage
you don't know the world so you don't know fear
you even can't see your own foot palm
of course, there are some who covered by uncertainty and emptiness
every minutes and seconds are too precious
of course, there are some who in too much of a hurry
and lost their identity
even though that, don't think because you are not mature
you don't like yourself right now
don't be afraid to shame, just do what you think
if by the end you realize you're wrong
you can fix it soon, it's alright!
you are so flexibel, young and wise to stand strong
you should love that immaturity
raise your head, because it is your charm and your biggest weapon

by Tsubame Kobayashi

Submitted: Tuesday, February 03, 2009
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