Treasure Island

maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Under Pressure

Too much pressure under the sky
Too much pressure to the ground
But don't forget to move
Don't forget when you dance swiftly in heavy rain

Too much pressure with the time
Too much pressure to withstand
But don't forget to enjoy
Don't forget when you just relax your shadow in lush meadow 

Too much pressure fill the air
Too much pressure in the room 
But don't forget to breathe
Don't forget when you sip gratefully a cup of coffee

Too much pressure over your shoulder
Too much pressure weighing your hand
But don't forget to fire
Don't forget when you are burned with your wild imagination

Too much pressure in a day 
Too much pressure in the life
But don't forget to laugh
Don't forget when you release your worry in good joke

Too much pressure for the heart 
Too much pressure demand attention 
But don't forget to be happy
Don't forget when you like to treat someone else

Too much pressure clawing weak stomach
Too much pressure torturing fragile soul
But don't forget to look
Don't forget when you watch people walking in the street

Too much pressure till get lost
Too much pressure running your mind
But don't forget to hope
Don't forget when your dream starts coming to reality

Too much pressure beating the drum
Too much pressure numbing the senses 
But don't forget to listen 
Don't forget when you hear the blowing sirens from distant

Too much pressure waiting in front 
Too much pressure as wake up call
But don't forget to feel 
Don't forget when you realize you are the only one who aware

Submitted: Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, March 19, 2013

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