Maria Sudibyo

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Bipolar Syndrome - Poem by Maria Sudibyo

You told me to fly
But you break the wings
Do you want me to fall
So that you can win

You told me to smile
But you raise the fear
Do you want me to lie
To hide all those tears

You told me to let
But you bring back again
Don't you want me forget
Those desperate games

You told me to change
But you keep calling my name
Don't you want me ruin
The peace I finally gain

You told me be strong
But you dropp me sorrow
Do you want me be drown
Never see tomorrow

You told me be brave
But you seem not to care
Do you want me be flare
So you can not stop to stare

You told me be the best
But you never understand
Do you want me restrain
To do what I desire

You told me to dream
But you crush my hope
Do you want me be bound
By your beautiful lies

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, February 15, 2012

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