Qistina Zaini


Cahaya Dewa (the goddess light)

Dia cahaya dewaku..
Cahaya Hidupku..
Cahaya Jiwaku..
Menyinari aku..




Diam tanpa dia,
Sunyi tanpa hadirnya
Kerna dia...

Cahaya dewaku..cahaya hatiku
Dia mentari yang menyinar dalam gelita malamku
Dia, Surya yang bercahaya dalam sunyi hariku

Membawa pergi hatiku...
Membawa pergi jiwaku

Pergi jauh,
Jauh kealamnya
Yang tiada jalan kembali
Yang ada Cuma gerbang masuk
Tanpa kembali

Apa aku harus kesana?
Mengambil semula hatiku

Apa aku sanggup?

Submitted: Sunday, December 12, 2010

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