Treasure Island

maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

My own worst enemy


Every time I get a call
She blows up with stupid action
Answering my phone with wrong response
Telling that I don’t want to go

Every time I should go
She rejects with many reasons
Lazily interact with anyone
Pretend that something more important

Every time I must do something
She becomes spoiled little girl
Urge someone to help her
Acting poorly to get sympathy

She always thinks all be fine
But she is not good liar
She is coward in the last minute
But a monster when mad

Every time someone asks me
What I am doing now
She always makes that stupid smile
Automatically search an escape on mind

Everyone comes to my space
What she first to do is avoid
Feeling someone intrudes her solitaire life
As she wants the time alone

Every time I get in trouble
She runs hiding my words
Mortifying me like dumb
And doesn’t come up before it’s over

She is not so hard to be pleased
But also selfish
She is parasite
And keep fooling in my guts

My own worst enemy is my self

Submitted: Sunday, November 29, 2009

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