Treasure Island

Somahadi Hadi

(17 August 1979 / Jakarta)


Your struggle is really excellent
Your struggle between life and die

Only blessing from Allah Swt (God) you can get easy
Easy to birth, easy to get handsome boy and beautiful dauhter
Only pray to Allah Swt (God) your idealism can be gotten
Even, until you give your best pity to your baby

Your struggle never ending until the doomsday will
Your struggle has done willingness

How, I can reply your struggle, mother?
Even, if i give you a gift those are the mountain and ocean arenot enough to reply it.
How, I can reply it, mother?
Even, until The doomsday will come, It isnot enough time

Mother, only pray which i give to you
Mother.......... .......
Mother, i really love you.

Date : May 6th 2006
Time : 5.33 pm
Copyright/Writer : Somahadi

Submitted: Thursday, February 04, 2010

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