maria sudibyo

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Where does love come from? Poem by maria sudibyo

I wanna know where love comes from
I know he is a guy, I know she is a girl
But they are just another boys and girls for me
I wanna know where love comes from
I know he is an attractive man and it’s nice when he’s around
I know she is kind and has beautiful smile too
But they are just another beautiful couple for me
I wanna know where love comes from
I know he could be relied on when there’s trouble
I know she never leaves her crying friend alone
But there should be lot of people like them
And why do they become together?
Is it because the perfect time to strike
When cupid finally blows its arrow?
Is it because they have correct puzzle of heart
And find their soul mate each other?
Is it because they have been lonely
And feeling peace when together?
Is it because fate entwined, cosmic coincidence, body chemistry, mutual agreement or something else I don’t know?
But there are lots of same love story about that
And I don’t’ understand yet
Where love come from between them

Submitted: Saturday, November 21, 2009

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