maria sudibyo

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Not today, not tomorrow Poem by maria sudibyo


I may want to strangle you down
I may want to hit you hard 
But not today, not also tomorrow

I may be tempted to break the promise
I could give no damn for all the roses
But not today, not also tomorrow

I may need to bleed out my heart
I may cry out my desperate objection
But not today, not also tomorrow

I could take the short cut way
I could give up the wrong thing
But not today, not also tomorrow

I could blame all mighty god
I could run away and hide
But not today, not also tomorrow

I could be the cold blooded woman
I could be blind for all the reason
But not today, not also tomorrow

I may have to release my anger
I may not have to hold it anymore
But not today, not also tomorrow

I could just walk away
I could leave to you all 
But not today, not also tomorrow

I may beat some senses on you
I may challenge your stubborn view
But not today, not also tomorrow

Submitted: Wednesday, October 24, 2012

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