Watching Tsunami From The Other Side

a poem by Dirk Rukka Sandarupa, Indonesia - poetry writer, author, poet

Through my eyes,
I see a little boy cry for the lost one
Through my eyes,
I see a little girl cry of a pain she felt
Through my eyes,
I see a men trying to find his seperated treasure
Through my eyes,
I see a women with an empty eyes
Through my eyes,
I see people struggling to survive

If i had God's hand
I would shine the sadness with a rainbow
If i had God's hand
I would heal their the broken pain with a magic stick
If i had God's hand
I would divided myself into a thousand armies to find the lost one
If i had God's hand
I would puzzle the lost pieces island

My eyes can only watch from the other side
My hands can only touch the mirror of sadness
My foot are stuck in a forzen chair
But through my eyes,
I pray and hope

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