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maria sudibyo

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Sense of Senses


If my feeling going nauseous
I’ll breathe the rain scent that fills my nose
Rather than the cold that kills me

If my breath going lost
I’ll taste the sweet promise that kisses my tongue
Rather than the ache than hungers me

If my tongue going tied
I’ll look at the bright smile that holds my eyes
Rather than the bitter that chokes me

If my eyes going blind
I’ll listen to the gentle sound that tickles my ears
Rather than the darkness that surrounds me

If my ears going deaf
I’ll feel the warm sun that touches my skin
Rather than the silence that shrinks me

Submitted: Friday, January 22, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013

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