Maria Sudibyo

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Sense Of Emotion - Poem by Maria Sudibyo

Whoever said that tears is weakness
Never feel that the rain could become merciless
To crush down everything under

Whoever said that anger is just a flash emotion
Never smell that the fire could burn bad
The most magnificent man in the world

Whoever said that words are shallow
Never hear that the tiny snow ball
Could be a giant eater when roll over

Whoever said that caress is wasting
Never taste that the earth could shake hard
Even it always looks calm and still

Whoever said that smile is silly
Never see that light could hide
The darkness no one dares to look at

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 22, 2010

Poem Edited: Tuesday, October 8, 2013


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