Treasure Island

maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

The Rebellion of Loyal Servant

I was acting like your loyal dog
You like to throw a tantrum to me when you mad
But if you already out of control
You can do it by yourself

I always support your lies
I’m cleaning your bloody mess
But if you keep treating me low
You can do it by yourself

I’m speaking like your tongue
I move like your pawn
But if you feel you can own me
You can do it by yourself

I’m only ordered by your command
I never question your decision
But if you still don’t satisfy
You can do it by yourself

You blame someone when something bad happens
You always act like innocent victim
But if you don’t want to take even little responsibility
You can do it by yourself

I hold my temper over your childish act
I keep my mouth from breaking fact
But if you keep pushing my limit
You can do it by yourself

I listen to your never ending complaint
I secretly repair what you destroyed
But if you always ruin my effort
You can do it by yourself

I help you to reach your dream
I protect you with my life
But if you think I’m not enough
You can do it by yourself

I know your two face play
I remember you exaggerated behavior
But if you stubbornly want a clean image
You can do it by yourself

You like to be the point of attention
You grudge everyone who much better
But if I’m already fed up with you
You can do it by yourself

Submitted: Sunday, December 25, 2011
Edited: Monday, December 26, 2011
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