Kau minta aku maafkan,
Ya,aku sudah maafkan kau.

Kau minta aku lupakan,
Maaf,mana mungkin aku lupa perkara yang sudah mengoyak rabakkan hati aku.

Kau,
Moga tak rabakkan hati sesiapa lagi selepas aku.

Kau tabah menghadapinya.

Tapi aku?

Aku takut.

Takut tak kuat jika aku kehilangan manusia yang sangat aku sayang.

Takut aku tak mampu nak jadi diri aku sekarang.

Takut jadi aku bukan aku.

Aku tak mampu nak bayangkan jika semua itu terjadi.

Dan aku tahu aku juga bakal jenazah.

Dan aku tahu aku akan mati.

Tak tahu sama ada esok masih ada hari untuk aku.

Moga Kau melindungi orang yang aku sayang dalam apa jua keadaan.

Amin.

—  BudakBlur

Today thru June 10:

DECO JAPAN: SHAPING ART AND CULTURE, 1920-1945

Japan Society, 333 E. 47th St., NYC
Admission is free to all on Friday nights, 6-9 PM.

Showcasing the spectacular craftsmanship and sophisticated design associated with both Japan and Art Deco style, this exhibition is the first in the U.S. to explore a little-known brand of pre-WWII modernism borne of competitive ingenuity and vivacious cosmopolitanism… over 200 objects—paintings, jewelry, ceramics, metalwork, and evocative ephemera such as sheet music, posters, postcards, prints and photography—revealing Japan’s license for luxury and ingenuity in design as the country teetered on the brink of totalitarianism. The vitality of the era is further expressed through the theme of the moga (“modern girl”), an emblem of contemporary urban chic the 1920s and ’30s, that ignites this exhibition with sex, satire, and style.

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