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Albert Oktovianus

(27 Oct 1980 / Jakarta)

Red Moon


Look up
Look in the sky
Tonight just look up
Look up way in the sky

Splattered across the universe
Across the ink black sky
You can see it clearly
The red moon of tonight

The red moon in your eyes
Shimmering gleaming shuddering
Waiting lurking hiding
Just to put a tint on your heart

Cast a bold shadow inside your soul
Spread red hue around your mind
Your eyes are wandering
Wandering is there an escape
Escape from the red moon
The red moon of tonight…

Submitted: Monday, March 07, 2005
Edited: Friday, April 30, 2010

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