maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

You would go far


You would go far
Far, far
More far than we can imagine
Far, far
More far than we have been
I thought that we have learnt a lot
about separated
and saying goodbye is like litany of farewell
but no! I’m not used to
I can’t be used with being alone
I can’t stand with loneliness

You would go far
Far, far
More far than I could reach
Far, far
More far than I could bear
I thought that my heart’s tougher
Than yesterday
And I’ll say goodbye with smile
But no! my heart screams
Shrinking in lake of fear
Drowning in the pool of tear

You would go far
Far, far
More far though I don’t want to be left behind
Far, far
More far and I couldn’t go on
I thought that we have passed
a lot time together
and I could say enough
but no! it will never be
I taken it too much but
I just want to be with you right now

Submitted: Sunday, November 29, 2009

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