maria sudibyo

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O, People

O, people
O, what are they living for?
They stay till midnight
Say there’s no enough time
And afraid what’ll happen tomorrow

O, people
How many faces they should wear
To show pride and to hide
Don’t reveal dark inside
Fake emotion, many crying are naught

So is this how the world’s spinning?
Ignore what we are feeling
Take you want, leave me none
Give me love then the pain
Never know when the truth is lie

O, people
Why are they hard to understand?
They argue long then they fight
Say they who should be right
Give me almighty reason to blame

O, people
When will they try to remember?
Want to learn from mistake
Listen what others said
So we could live in peace together

So how will this story be end?
Will I be trapped in another game?
Or like the moon can’t be full again
But somehow I just understand
That life always goes on circle

Submitted: Monday, July 25, 2011
Edited: Monday, July 25, 2011
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