maria sudibyo

Veteran Poet - 1,069 Points (280883 / parist van java)

Sense Of Cry - Poem by maria sudibyo

Every heart needs time to mend
Even though the wound is running deep
Keep hurting and bleeding
And seems impossible to heal
It will slowly closed 
But when the time passed by
And the scar is touched again
Will I cry?
Because it still tender
Or because finally the pain is bearable

So many secrets to be revealed
And fear is growing bigger
Of the change that comes inevitable
The more the shadow is cleared
No other place for you to hide
But when it is bared
And the secret is said in front
Will I cry?
Because of shame
Or because finally I shouldn't lie anymore

Everybody will try to raise again
Even though they are falling to the lowest ground
And helplessly broken
They will crawl with all power left
To get a better life 
But when it keeps pushing you down
And the struggle always tasted every moment
Will I cry?
Because it felt useless
Or because now I finally accept my fate and not runaway

Everyday memories are made
Sometimes it lingers for a while
Sometimes it seems forgotten 
But unknowingly sleeps inside 
And you say it just nightmare
But when suddenly something triggered you
And the remembrance is showed again
Will I cry?
Because I actually regret it
Or because finally it only sweet reminder that could be laugh at

Many things could be the reason of happiness 
You are confused which the true one is 
You are so lost in finding
So you push every body away
Even though you become lonely
But when someone give you a warm hug
And you could smell the scent you've been longing
Will I cry?  
Because I don't deserved that kind of love 
Or because I'm relieved that I'm finally at home


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, October 8, 2013


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