PINONDANG SITUMEANG

Rookie - 107 Points (1943 / JAKARTA, Indonesia)

A Choosen Song - Poem by PINONDANG SITUMEANG

Leaving cheeky girl in Borneo junggle
Took a palm tree seed along to isolated island
Savu island, my empty soul to be heal
Facing brilliant sun set in the horizon

Misery told to a light black nice girl
With a bright eyes and sweet smile
Heart beat harder, face to face so close
Tempted lips full of jokes make my days

Play a guitar skilfully singing a song
Oo nawani tana ee, li ta b'ole ballo *)
I send the song to my parent home
But they preferred sing chosen song
Situmorang - Situmorang

My passion grows like a brighter sun
A red roses start to blossom
But soon whiter by old cultures
By chosen uncle girl, Situmorang

Her fingers still play the guitar
Drink lontar brem while sing duo
Her gaze never left my eyes, asking
Should I choose Savu or Batak song



*) My sister never leave me alone

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 22, 2010



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