Treasure Island

maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Wheel of fortune


Don’t know when the turn goes wrong
Don’t know if I can hold on
When I choose my decision
That time I sealed fate my own

Don’t know what game I follow
Don’t know what next will show
When I pull the plow
I should carry on no matter it flows

Calm down, calm down, my body
We have gone through it so many times
We will go through this at time

Don’t know when pain strikes the wound
Don’t know when regret gets the crown
When my luck never won
I won’t blame it lower for my down

Don’t know when fool always glows
Don’t know laugh is sorrow
When the count only left now
Face it and start to throw

Patient, patient, my mind
Though the road becomes rougher from here
We will find the power somewhere

Submitted: Wednesday, April 06, 2011

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