maria sudibyo

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Viva Fantasy

Do you have a mirror?
magic picture on the wall?
can we go inside and find
some beautiful fantasy land?
there's no time, no fresh air in my mind
I am almost running my half feet away
do you have a great wardrobe room?
to get a little black space behind
and see some mysterious minds work
together we are no more afraid and curious
taking you to the hill we play
bringing you the childhood once more
if you think it's over
nothing get you out from guilty pleasure
and so what we gonna do?
don't wake up the sleeping dragon
don't touch water on the pool of desire
if you have no wand
no magic spell in the air
so make your own dream story
and make it comes true
be delight, you shouldn't eat the Turkish delight
though adventure without meal
is very terrible thing
you won't get any heart within
till you finish the final word in the last chapter
the thing you stand for to cry
to fight for your eyes
is 'THE END'

Submitted: Tuesday, June 05, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, March 08, 2011

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