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maria sudibyo

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World Without Wound


A world without wound
Is like imagining
A world without shadow
A world without fear
A world without darkness
No matter how much you despise it
It is impossible
Because with imperfection you will know beauty
Because with anxiety you alerted danger
Because in night you will appreciate more the light

A world without sorrow
Is like wishing
A world without hope
A world without dream
A world without love
No matter how bitter your soul
It is impossible
Because with losing you could go through any condition
Because with disappointment you need to be awake again
Because with tears you could start to forgive yourself

A world without flaw
Is like searching
A world without knowledge
A world without invention
A world without meaning
No matter how hard you avoid it
It is impossible
Because with failure you forced to remember
Because with mistake you will learn the right way
Because with purpose you could continue your life

Submitted: Saturday, October 26, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 29, 2013

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