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maria sudibyo

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When We Say Goodbye


when we say goodbye
words never end
and tears never stop
when we say goodbye
kisses never enough
and time never tolerates

when we say goodbye
we caught by fear
though we all smiling
when we say goodbye
we want to stay still
but the road slowly moving

why hard to separate
because love too long
or doubt becomes renegade
why drinks never sated
because memories too strong
or loneliness mates

when we say goodbye
hope we meet someday
in another place we never know
when we say goodbye
give hug once more
till we can endure all sorrow

Submitted: Monday, July 13, 2009
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