maria sudibyo

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A Will Stone


A will in the heart is like a common stone
You could replace it any time
And no one will recognize the difference
Because what most important is
There is a will in the heart
Someone can be judged by that
Someone can show his value
But if you do not be careful
The will in the heart could be gone
When collided with great wall
Maybe you will dump it
Maybe you will make a reason
And maybe in the end you will take hatred
That is why you must keep walking
Without losing your will in the heart

Submitted: Thursday, July 25, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013

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