Dukamu abadi: sadjak-sadjak Front Cover. Sapardi Djoko Damono. Jeihan, – Indonesian poetry – 52 pages. Dukamu abadi: sajak-sajak, · Sapardi Joko Damono Snippet view – Bibliographic information. QR code for Dukamu abadi. The publication of Sapardi’s first poetry collection, dukaMu abadi (Your Sorrow is Eternal) in may in a way be seen as a rebirth of.
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