maria sudibyo

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Misery Poem by maria sudibyo


What use I remember
For the pain is as clearly as it happens
What use I know
For the rage is as burning as it ignited

Whose dream now that I'd destroy?
Whose heart that shattered apart?

What use I learn
For the knowledge is tasted like grain of dust
What use I find
For the truth is tearing my perfect mask

Whose love that I sabotage?
Whose road that I cross over?

What use I protect
For the reason I should do is gone
What use I fight
For faith is blurred in front my eyes

Whose breath that I take away?
Whose world that begins to falling down?

Submitted: Tuesday, October 09, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, October 09, 2012
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