Maria Sudibyo

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This Beautiful (Yet) Deceiving World - Poem by Maria Sudibyo

It may be a green lovely field
But don't forget
How many blood that already spilled
And absorbed to the soil
Only to get the land 

It may be a calming peaceful smile
But don't forget
How strong the burning hate
That raging inside
Only because loving too deeply

It may be a serene quiet atmosphere 
But don't forget 
How thin the air you breathe
Could swiftly tensed in a second
Only by a slight wrong impression

It may be a perfect white paper
But don't forget
How easy it could be dirtied by dust 
And no one realizes
Only because it radiates the light

It may be a harmless boring life
But don't forget
How gifted every day you pass
In safe blissful oblivion
Only by someone protects it for you

It may be a sweet innocent soul
But don't forget
How observant that doe eyes 
Follows and judges your careless action
Only because they are still young

It may be an easy effortless movement 
But don't forget
How much pain and trouble it could be behind
That raking continuously unknown
Only to show it in front of you 

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 26, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, November 27, 2012

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