maria sudibyo

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Oracle


Don’t reveal your name
Don’t stay in one place
There’re only some people in this land
You have no happiness
You have no wealthy
The fate flow in your hand and voice
Don’t tell the lie
You have no ability to change
Don’t let the tears falling from your eyes
You have no power to die
Though eyes couldn’t see anything again
Though you have crawling above the wound
You are a messenger
You have your duty to do
Because you’re the chosen one
There’re only some people in this land
Never have their life
Never have another chance
Sacrifice anything
For the land of Nowhere

Submitted: Monday, December 17, 2007
Edited: Saturday, April 30, 2011
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