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maria sudibyo

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Living On The Edge


When I lose something
And I can't get it back
I try to recollect what's left in me
Before I am ridden by guilt

When I make a mistake
And every body points their finger 
I try to do it right again
Before the chance is gone forever

When I doubt my self
And the world seems colder
I try to find the good in me
Before I turn to hate my being

When I feel lonely
And nobody accompanies me
I try to remember the sweet memory
Before it is forgotten in the dark of life 

When I fear something
And it is haunting my way
I try to hold what is precious to me
Before hope disappears from me

When I caught in sadness
And grief paints my song
I try to let it flow with time
Before tears comes to tire me

When I shaken by anger
And it stabs right in my heart
I try not to be burnt by fire
Before I get into any trouble 

Submitted: Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Edited: Thursday, September 13, 2012
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