maria sudibyo

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I don't leave you
I never leave you
I thought I can't leave without you
but you can
though my heart's torn and crushed down
I thought you can forget about me
I didn't know you
you were born to stab my heart
but I still care about you
entwined heart can't be cut down even with thousands mind
my young age with you
I'm satisfied with that
I don't want hesitantly release you and let you destroyed
my heart shaped in my chest
I will hide it like gone
so forget about me
time, memories and your tears now
let all go without regret
don't hesitant and turn back too
go!
you must be sad and hurt
hard to breath, like me now
you blame me, you believe my harsh words
what should I do
if I born again in the next life
what should I do with you that born following me
you must be very lovely
and I will let you go like this
let that grudge points only to me
I will live alone and leave alone
if all keep chasing me, let only me be chased
I will not leave a trace in this world
in this powerless world, I will not leave
love or hate
happiness or sadness
I will live this life alone
alone forever

in this hollow world, I'll stay beside you
in the road you walk alone, alone me will protect you

Submitted: Wednesday, May 27, 2009
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