maria sudibyo

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Inside the Darkness


The fear maybe blinding
But it doesn't mean there is nothing that we could find
Inside the darkness

The hope maybe thinning
But it doesn't mean there is nothing worth to keep
Inside the darkness

The shadow maybe suffocating
But it doesn't mean there is nothing to fight for
Inside the darkness

The light maybe deceiving
But it doesn't mean there is nothing to believe
Inside the darkness

The warmth maybe leaving
But it doesn't mean there is nothing we can give
Inside the darkness

The fate maybe laughing
But it doesn't mean there is nothing we can learn
Inside the darkness

Submitted: Tuesday, July 02, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 24, 2013

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