maria sudibyo

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Elements - Poem by maria sudibyo

Wind struck like thousand swords
Stabbing lonely heart, confused mind, empty soul
Leaving carcasses for merciless fire

Fire spreads till finger points
Burning a torch inside my weakened body
My dust covering beloved earth

Earth kindly gives me home
But it won't give a damn when
I swept by enchanted water

Water always rids unnecessary thing
Also stealthy drives me from original purpose
Send me dealing frankly wind

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 14, 2013



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