Fitrah Anugrah

Rookie (OCTOBER,28.1974 / SURABAYA)

PHK


phk


keresahan pada selembar surat phk

seperti resah siang pada gumpal hitam

di langit dan nyala petir pekikan deru di

dadamu yang tak percaya pada isi surat.


akan ada hujan lebat di mata dan badai getarkan

penghuni rumah yang telah kau tinggal pagi itu

oh banjir geruskan ladang harapan lalu pesangon

terbawa deras arus. dia menghilang dalam jaring

pemulung. 'sudahlah ini takdirmu'


tapi takdir telah berlindung di balik meja kerja

sang pemilik, bagai kalkulator yang menghitung

dosa matahari yang tak menjaga langit dari hujan

lalu sesal menjadi pisau yang menjilati genangan

air depan kantor.


engkau pulang genggam pisau. merah mata pada tanya penghuni rumah,

lalu mencacah hingga kau temukan jawab di atas tubuh kaku

anak+istrimu. dan engkau bacakan surat pemecatan di telinga mereka

bagai malaikat bacakan kalam di tengah malam.

sesudah itu tak ada sapa buat pagi


Bekasi,25032009

Submitted: Wednesday, March 25, 2009

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  • Silver Star - 3,558 Points Is It Poetry (3/25/2009 11:25:00 AM)

    The blob may be able to be calculated in the fields
    when the water rec ends...maybe..iip (Report) Reply

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