Eva Clara Harahap

Rookie (29 September / Medan)

The Road Of Your Life... - Poem by Eva Clara Harahap

We finally see the end of the rainbow…
When all the flowers bow…
There you are smiling with victory…
While We are still blinded by the common history…

Ah, Sir! Our heart goes out to you…
For the bright future under the shade of blooming jasmine…
The spring dance will come in no time…
The leaf will still be broken in the fall…

May The scent of your thought…
Will be the lunar of winter time…
And May the flower of Your kindness…
Will bring the summer near…

The scars will be painless over time…
The golden memory will soon fade away…
Nothing remains forever anyway…
But the traces of your wisdom…

For all this time…
We still talk about networking…
And you say all about connection…
We think of applications…
And you say all about integration…

We manage all the Data…
And you tell us about the Information…
We are all concern about Risk…
And you tell us the opportunity…
We proudly say Knowledge…
And you say all about Wisdom…

Those time when we argue…
Getting on feud without any clue..
Standing on a broken hope to be bold…
We may not see the invisible gold…

We finally understood…
Alas, Sir! Two roads diverged in the wood..
You always choose the one less traveled by…
And that’s makes all the difference…

Now the time is finally arrive…
We’ve seen the road of your life…
The horizon line is now invisible…
The universe is like the line on your palm…
And the evening sea rise with its calm….

If Someday…
We’ll meet you again across the universe…
We may not remember all the darkness…
We may not remember all the goodness…
For the memory has its own space…

But when we see two roads diverged in the wood…
You make us see the road less traveled by…
And we are no longer belong to the common history…
May it only brings all of us the eternal victory…

Copyright © Eva Clara Harahap Dec'09


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 27, 2010



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