Nur Meiyati


My Love and Compassion


How can I pretend to have no love and compassion
If there is no hatred in my heart
How can I pretend not to want to mingle with you
If in my heart, there's no problem with you

How can I pretend to be silent and not to care
If I do care
When you make a mistake that will abuse your own brothers and sisters or others
Without your awareness

How can I make my aura
The light air surrounding my face
Disappear....
Because it does come from my clean heart and soul

How can I pretend to be afraid of you
Silent, not saying anything
Silent, not giving my views
Silent, not reprimanding
When you lose your mind, when you blindly mistreat other people
Because in my heart, there is truly no fear
Because in my heart, there is truly no hatred
Whatever I say to you
That's just how it is
And I love you all

Submitted: Thursday, December 05, 2013
Edited: Thursday, December 05, 2013
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