maria sudibyo

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Art of Misunderstanding


Awkward silence, funny situation
Fatal mistake, disaster drama
Cold war, unfortunate tragedy
Misunderstanding could lead an irony

Wrong impression, lack of communication
Ego party, early judgment
Social gap, culture shock
Misunderstanding raise from intolerance

Same purpose, different perception
Same question, different talk
Same fear, different heart
Misunderstanding tests our character

In short period, in long term
The dark past, the uncertain future
Shaking the world, dividing people
Misunderstanding define where we lay our trust

Interesting love plot, mastermind crime
Underlying meaning, uncompleted sentence
Slice of life, sketch of comic
Misunderstanding is a human story

Submitted: Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, March 20, 2012
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