Maria Sudibyo

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Little Big Girl - Poem by Maria Sudibyo

You refuse to hold my hand when we walk
You don't hug me tight anymore
Just to prove you have grown enough
Just to show that you can take care your self

And you don't want to be called cute sweet baby
You want to be those cool sexy lady
But I tell you girl
That's another day

You may want me to stay away and not to always watch over 
You deny to admit your confusion to the world
And you won't listen to me right now 

Age is not decided the whole thing
It is what in heart and mind that prove the quality
So you just have to learn it someday

Cause when you down, I'll still be there to say I care
Cause when you cry, I'll still be there to wash your tears

You start to learn wearing make up
You secretly try my wardrobe 
Just to show you are big enough 
Just eager to be free to do what you want

Even you are not my cute sweet baby anymore
Even you already becomes cool sexy lady
But I tell you girl
That's won't change a thing

You may need to be accepted by your friend
You want to impress everyone that you could be something
And you won't believe me anyway

Appearance is not the most important thing
It is what inside that will be the true judgement
So you just have to realize it someday

Cause when you lonely, I'll still be there to give you warmth
Cause when you lost, I'll still be there to wait you home

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, September 12, 2012

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