maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

where is your faith?


I feel you drifting
Away from your dream
Something is missing
In the glow your eyes seen
I find you staring
Somewhere out the scene
Though I’m right beside you
You don’t notice me
So where is your faith?
Does it fade?
Under the shadow, cold and dark
You lost the path

So where is your heart?
Do you still have?
Chasing by regret, guilt and pride
You run your feet

I see you struggling
The cruel world facing
Sacrifice anything
Common is lying
You say it’s nothing
Only weakness showing
What happens to your soul?
What have you been?

So where is your faith?
Does it fade?
Under the shadow, cold and dark
You lost the path

So where is your heart?
Do you still have?
Chasing by regret, guilt and pride
You run your feet

I hear you crying
Inside your heart’s pain
It seems the time has stopped
The night rain approached
Even it’s hard to think
Even loneliness stings
Just don’t give up, my love
You still have me

So where is your faith?
Does it fade?
Under the shadow, cold and dark
You lost the path

So where is your heart?
Do you still have?
Chasing by regret, guilt and pride
You run your feet

Submitted: Monday, January 17, 2011

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