Malaya Roses

(16/12/ / Malaysia)

Janji Yang Pulang


Janji Yang Pulang
© 2012 MALAYA ROSES

Aku kembali pada siang
Sesudah malam membakar rohani
Resah memulas kiblat
Percaturan dunia menginjak solat
Manusia bertukar meracau melarat
Antara malam yang patah
Sayap tersenyap
Sang ibu tetap meratah airmata
Mawar berduri diribaan
Pada anak
Nyawa jadi taruhan
Tiada caci tidak membenci
Tapi kenapa cercaan
Menular pedih menjadi keparat
Pada insaniah
Bertanyalh aku
Kebenaran apakah yang wujud
Pada kelaparan
Pada kemiskinan
Kepapaan yang dibutakan oleh angin metropolis
Siapakah yang memberi
Siapakah yang mendengar teriak
Azab sedih merempat dibalik batu
Lalu sesudah berita
Layakkah lidah sang peghulu
Menghunus konklusi berbaur nista?

Submitted: Tuesday, March 13, 2012

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