maria sudibyo

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The Dangerous Man


Kebodohan adalah andalan ku
Kemunafikan adalah topeng ku 
Luka adalah tameng ku

Buang jauh-jauh nuranimu
Buang jauh-jauh simpatimu 

Kesusahan adalah kehidupanku
Kesendirian adalah suaka ku
Tersesat adalah jalan ku 

Berpura-puralah karena aku takkan peduli
Berbohonglah karena aku akan selalu tahu

Kegilaan adalah kesenangan ku
Tangisan adalah kelegaan ku
Kegelapan adalah permainan ku 

Buang jauh-jauh jiwamu
Buang jauh-jauh hatimu

Amarah adalah gairah ku
Kesinisan adalah kata-kataku
Keluhan adalah makanan ku

Rayulah karena aku takkan tergoda
Bicaralah karena aku takkan percaya

Submitted: Monday, November 05, 2012

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  • Veteran Poet - 4,656 Points Michael Walkerjohn (10/26/2014 2:12:00 AM)

    Aloha Maria...

    Like lightning from the blue... an awesome composition... I am surfing your posts... and your works are enticing... this one in particular... Saya Amat Menyukainya! exceptionally profound and paints your picture in a somewhat dark yet erotic light... I will to read more... All of the best from this life, to you, and all of your relations... Michaelw1two. (Report) Reply

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