A Man From Heaven #2


How do I believe you, know you the only true? While the cowardice bugs, beetles and leeches grope within versed trick of lure, virtue and loyalty promises… awaiting thou are a true would be my long journey of suffer.

“I was pounding in what way God will led me into you. Thus wait my sign. I’ll pass the tragedy if it is the path to reach you. If you are too scared of joy that makes you bloom and fall, then I would offer my body and soul that you could flirt even without virtue and loyalty.”

Later, shall I paid dearly for my love like what these youths look forward to me? My heart, my breath, my body, my crown, a soul to throw?
Is there anything you want?

“Even by see you, you’ve fulfilled everything I hoped for, “LIFE”. Truly I longed history, today, and future with you. Was it too expensive?”

Whenever time has made you kill and wasting me?

“Oh … Truly I had an affair away from you for the sake of the world. I pray judgment would brighten, restlessness and tortured me with your wound. I beg… Will I bear a curse and anger which you didn’t even spill. Patience, my dear … flows within winter’s wind. Until it was time for me to perish, then rebirth in person who you have desired “

C. Sasmita

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A Man From Heaven #1


My beloved, a men, a heart of universe …
If our encounter had come, when you give yourself in my forehead, memorable and etched ’til soul vanished the end of the world. Are you willing to reign within rubble, then I crowned you a vert? It was, a youths who found me early…lovely dandy to tear apart my throne for you. How baseness I bring you dry, whilst I promised meadow eye. Would you drank the mud within my springs? Or taste the dry of my wilting tilth?
Would you sow the seed within my flushed field, nourish me with a dream that one day will grow knight, son and daughter from the womb that touchable earthy pests?

“While I was wandering, set my pace on gravel and thorny, I’m so tired and agony. No one allowed me live as I will ensure the happiness. Since you never fence your as I feared, it will be sorrowful rain, I’ll tricked sprouting springs even I’ll forced the sun to shine just for you. Wasn’t it enough I vow upon the witnesses, any being sacred things? My dear, a universe in my sight … I’ll do all the requirements to glorify you. “

C. Sasmita