dian hayati

Rookie (25 of august 1978 / palembang, south sumatera, Indonesia)

To: Invisible Man I Ever Loved - Poem by dian hayati

good evening, dear invisible man...

Long ago there lived a lady
she was so green, called Emerald
dingy Emerald, empty, lonely..

Then one day she prayed
to open her unlocked heart to any men
hope will no longer be Pearl

The God kept His promise
soon she was known as gorgeous lady

Then one man came to her and said,
'how you had this change very soon? '

and the lady answered:
'One day i was riding my day to invisible world
I got a man who emblazon my tiring days.
Yet he had bitten me by his tales
It was terrible bite...
I would never be well again
Then the man flied with the fog, blur..'

Her tears continued,
'I went away and threw all the name of men
but i fell into the hole and broke, more!
even fingers stop nothing to wipe this badly thorn
but my finger whispered me,
'hei, i won't dance with your damn tears.Let me hug a pen tightly and have sexy words on naked paper..'

Then I let them talked as much as they like to a pen, a white paper, table, books.
my mind prod them hardly to build wonderful heaven on it..'

The lady took a long breath,
'my mind, my tears, my fingers, my eyes woke me up
they sclupt my sugarless love
the naked paper came sexier by seduced words.

When i found these things i promised to enlight others poor heart'


(to: invisible man i ever loved)


Comments about To: Invisible Man I Ever Loved by dian hayati

  • Rookie ~*~Secretive Shelby~*~ (11/25/2008 8:39:00 PM)

    Thanks for your comment! I only have two of them because I just made an account on here.
    I really enjoyed this one,
    It really caught my attention!
    Good work! (Report) Reply

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  • Rookie - 142 Points Joseph Poewhit (11/24/2008 7:47:00 AM)

    Sounds more like venting emotions (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 24, 2008

Poem Edited: Monday, November 24, 2008


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