Irvan Hermawan Saichu

Rookie (31 May 1979 / Blitar)

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Oh. I almost canceled my promise
I promise to be a poet
Oh. I almost canceled my travel
I walked to the plans of nature
People termed the luck and success
I say cancel the term
I replaced it with misfortune and failure
People termed the optimism and courage
I say cancel the term
I replaced it with pessimism and fear
Actually many people have canceled the event of his life
Like envelop the trash
But most are not aware
For want of excessive good fortune and success
Like living in Paris with her ​ ​ luxury sparkling
Where it is very common in nature plan
And I will not claim any success
Because it all do not touch anything on me
The day will exist that will give you the sense
So it is not worth it when you want to cancel
There will be a place that will give you the opportunity
Because life is something that we need to glorify {magnify God who gives life =}

Submitted: Thursday, July 21, 2011
Edited: Friday, July 22, 2011

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