Imam Setiaji Ronoatmojo

(1 July 1960 / Cilacap (Indonesia))

Sajak Meditasi: Kelopak Bunga Putih (Indonesian)


Bunga yang tumbuh di perut yang sakit
Putih kelopaknya mekar sunyi
Ada damai dalam kesakitan
Tumbuh pelan-pelan
Kolam yang menampung letih
Menyimpannya dalam diam
Kita buang sauh dalam-dalam
Menyelam ke dalam rasa sakit
Putih semesta diam
Mengalir seperti air yang hangat
Gunung-gunung jiwa
Tinggi terbentang
Di sekelilingnya
Aliran sungai kedamaian
Bunga-bunga tumbuh di tepi sungai
Kau usap penuh cinta
Dan malam-malam pun hening
Pagi menjelang menyuburkan
Jiwa yang bangkit
Dalam ketenangan teratai
Kuhirupsecangkir teh pelan-pelan
Obat penjernih luka
Dan semua terhisap
Langit berwarna biru
Burung pun kembali berkicau

(2014)

Submitted: Sunday, June 01, 2014

Topic(s): art


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