Instalasi Sastra

Rookie (February 26th 1983 / Central Java > Indonesia)

Instalasi Sastra Poems

1. To Lady Vanity 3/4/2005
2. To A Gaze Companion 3/16/2005
3. For Those Who Died 3/16/2005
4. Reply To A Very Elegant Poem From A Lady On ‘what You Are To Me’ 3/16/2005
5. A Prelude Of Love 12/17/2005
6. Neo Aeon 1/12/2006
7. Fe[male] [*may,27th 06*] 5/26/2006
8. Should I Atone [confession Orchids] 3/16/2005
9. Mysterious Lady! 3/16/2005
10. To A Lady Not Mine 3/16/2005
11. The Essence Of C.L.N & The R.O.F 3/16/2005
12. To A Lady Prejudice 3/28/2005
13. To Twine An Apologetic Blossom 10/21/2005
14. An Apologetic Bloom 10/21/2005
15. Lady Rain [051226] 3/16/2005
16. Surrenderity 3/16/2005
17. Perfect Companion 3/16/2005
18. The Images 3/16/2005
19. Live Bait From Heaven Or Hell 11/6/2005
20. A Question Of Heart 8/16/2005
21. My Lady Valentine! 3/16/2005
22. Passion In Tune 6/22/2005
23. The Lost 6/22/2005
24. To Hideous Excessum 3/16/2005
25. For Thee I Vow 3/16/2005
26. To A Noble Lady! 3/16/2005
27. To A Lady Who Wants Me! 3/16/2005
28. Are We Need Ends? 8/16/2005
29. Fantastic Comedy 8/16/2005
30. Lines Written After Seeing A Lady Who Weep (An Ode To T[iyas] U[tami]) 6/22/2005
31. My Valentine! 3/16/2005
32. A Man And His Fancy Affection 6/22/2005
33. An Ode For Weeping Lady 6/22/2005
34. An Ode Default 6/22/2005
35. To A Lady On Receiving Her Letter 3/16/2005
36. Lines Written Beneath An Ardent Reign 3/16/2005
37. Of Satire And Bloody Malignant 3/16/2005
38. Companion-Companion 3/28/2005
39. Satiation 3/28/2005
40. To A Man In Ardent Reign 3/28/2005

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Sense Of Guilty

Strange, I saw thee standing in the pouring rain,
So quiet as the rain mingle with thy tears;
Untouch by breezing cold that veil in pain,
No expression yet eloquent, indeed without fears.

The cold and rain moistening thy flesh in vain,
And recounts thy amorous tale that wrung;
Solely tasks for thee as human not saint,
Indeed, bliss is thy replies as heaven sprung.

Even though the rain stop, thou standing still,
As if thy soul vanished while thy flesh remain empty;
A follies mark of imprudent freewill,
Placed thee next to me in sense of guilty.

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To Lady Vanity

Lady vanity!
Why thy heart love, but thy lips lie,
From what the god had bestow;
When thy though seem to die,
From the creation of love below;
My bosom still revere thee,
Even though thou are lady vanity.

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