Treasure Island

maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Fundamental of Liar Chapter CLX: On My Own


I have my own importance
I have my own intention
I have my own trick
I have my own manipulation

I have my own ignorance
I have my own reluctance
I have my own negligence 
I have my own reason

I have my own cruelty
I have my own egoism
I have my own pessimism
I have my own pride

I have my own fear
I have my own boredom
I have my own emptiness
I have my own loneliness

I have my own method
I have my own habit
I have my own calculation
I have my own system

I have my own convenience
I have my own haven
I have my own secret
I have my own preference

I have my own statement
I have my own decision
I have my own thought
I have my own consideration

I have my own endurance
I have my own confidence
I have my own assurance
I have my own faith

I have my own need
I have my own desire
I have my own sight
I have my own opinion

I have my own problem
I have my own difficulty
I have my own dilemma
I have my own struggle

I have my own schedule
I have my own pace
I have my own term
I have my own condition

I have my own life
I have my own name
I have my own dream
I have my own flame

I have my own risk
I have my own power
I have my own danger
I have my own territory

I have my own luck
I have my own charm
I have my own tradition
I have my own escape

Submitted: Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, May 15, 2013

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