Complexity - Poem by Jeline Loh
We are taught to live our live to the fullest
Shouldn’t we be living it passionately?
Even if the matters are not of our interest
But the substance moves me personally!
Is it really apathy to some?
Will this comes to an end?
Does it even concern me?
I am really confused!
Hence the dust fills the earth
Till the rust catalyze our lungs
Trying is the time to rebirth
Perhaps to where it belongs
A mere humanity to be ill
A mere decision to be still
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