Ida Mustazir

Rookie (20 October 1987 / Jakarta)

Suicide Bride II

'I am one of those people who soon be forgotten'

I got here by taxi
so tired, wishing to get back home soon
now it's only a long road to paradise

It's okay, I'll just cancel my leaves
fine with me to just relax and come home earlier
cause last night I slept over my tasks after drinking the whole town

No you have no idea
how faithful I was with my job
like religion, it's incomplete without guilt

Hey how could you be so weak you can't shout
any stronger statement than this?
You're no battle mindfuck in my leisure times

Speaking about strategy
I have to cancel to engage another big pitch
A pitch to win a little something in this crippled world

What? No, I will never get married, not with you ha!

If only you asked before deciding to depart with me
I would have tell you, you, and that, those every-time traitors
that life is far easier than you might think.

(post Ritz-Marriott bombing 17 July 2009)

Submitted: Sunday, August 09, 2009
Edited: Sunday, July 27, 2014

Topic of this poem: human nature

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