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maria sudibyo

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Country Is Like A Body


When one part sick
All parts look unhealthy
When one part missing
All parts get the impact

When one part is weak
Do other parts only blame and not help to fix it?
When one part is failed
Do other parts only let it fall and not support it?

Even it is often forgotten
It doesn't mean it is not important
Even it is always underestimated
It doesn't mean it could completely be ignored

One part may be incapable
But it doesn't mean all parts can do nothing
One part may be invalid
But it doesn't mean all parts should also give up the spirit

In some incredible moment they are working together
In some unseen place they don't stop to struggle
It may be hard but always raises up the hope
It may be small change but always look forward

Submitted: Tuesday, September 04, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, September 05, 2012

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