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maria sudibyo

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Who Am I To Complaint?


Who am I to complaint?
Of the hours waiting
Of the time wasting

Who am I to grudge?
Of lots of working
Of lack of sleeping

Can I scream?
Can I be angry?
When no one understand me

Do I have a right to speak?
Do I have a right to object?
It is my life they talking about

Sometimes it is just too much
Sometimes it is just too tight
When everybody demands more

Who could I blame?
When nothing according the plan
When everything goes wrong

Who could I condemn?
When world seems unfair
When trouble comes everyday 

Can I run?
Can I hide?
When day turns darker

Can I cry?
Can I be ignorance?
When rain falls from the sky

Sometimes I want to just leave it all
Sometimes I want to beat them all
When they keep their arrogance

Where do I go?
When I face difficult choice
When it is always me
 
Who do I hold?
When I feel apart
When loneliness strikes 

Can I breathe?
Or just die?
When I should always please you

Do anyone knows better?
Do anyone knows future?
It seems like I'm not even there

Sometimes it is hard to listen
Sometimes it is hard to care
When they only think about theirselves

Submitted: Monday, November 26, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, November 27, 2012
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