maria sudibyo

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Who is the girl? Poem by maria sudibyo


Who is the girl you look with gentle eyes
Who is the girl you ghostly smile
I want to know, I want to know
Before I leave myself into sorrow
Who is the lucky girl that will have you forever
Who is the pretty girl that holds your heart in her fire
I want to know, I want to know
Before I throw myself to the river
I will envy, I will be the demon of love
But my greatest regret is why I fall to you
I will hate her, I will shed lots of tear
But in the end I always let you go
Because it is the girl you protect sacredly
Because it is the girl you love deeply
I want to know, I want to know
Don’t make me die in curiosity
Tell me the girl that gives you happiness
Tell me the girl that also makes you despair
I want to know, I want to know
Just let me be the only one who have this misery

Submitted: Tuesday, February 22, 2011

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