maria sudibyo

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Diversity In Unity


Even in the same uniform
Even in the practice movement
Even in the controlled voice
You could still be different
If you really want to

Even in the same environment
Even in the strict condition
Even in the common problem
Your choice could be different
If you really wish for 

Even with the same ingredients
Even with the taught method
Even with the great imitation 
The result could be different
Though you really don't mean to

Even with the same treatment 
Even with the flawless program
Even with professional management
The success could be different
Though you really work hard

Even in the same interest 
Even with undivided attention
Even called perfect match
The feeling could be different
In the heart of people

Even have plentiful chance
Even have long experience
Even blessed with many talents
The fate could be different
In the journey of human

Submitted: Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, December 26, 2012
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