Treasure Island

juahta sitepu

(december 12,1978 / bandar sakti north sumatra)

Name's name


Name's name

oh.... my name, I forget my name
Have you ever forgotten your name
just to remember another one's name?
the name that means every thing to you
the name that is always being heard
every time you breathe, not only in dreams
but also in real life

wind is flying, time is walking
but the name is still remaining
like a spell against the death
and it's alive in you

this name is a magic
sometimes it pushes you to tears
sometimes it brings you happiness
but sometimes you hate it much

no one knows how to call the name but you
you know better even than the owner
then you keep it to yourself
just some lucky persons, you will share the name with

but those are not me, you don't know me
not even my name
like I told you before, I forgot my name

Submitted: Thursday, April 23, 2009

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