maria sudibyo

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Fundamental of Liar Chapter CLXXI: The Insatiable Human


Today maybe I looked fat
Next day maybe I dangerously too thin
Today maybe I disappointedly ugly
Next day maybe I'm fed of called pretty
Today maybe I am greatly lucky
Next day maybe my bad day
Today maybe I stuck in gloomy
Next day maybe I'm full of sunny
Today maybe I act like a fool
Next day maybe I'm surprisingly bright
Today maybe I'm feeling bored
Next day maybe I go abroad
Today maybe I desperately need a job
Next day maybe I longing for holiday
Today maybe I wish to be understood
Next day maybe I stay in the mysterious side
Today maybe I'm cursing myself
Next day maybe I don't care too much
Today maybe I'm easily be moved
Next day maybe I don't give a sympathy
Today maybe I'm rich
Next day maybe I'm broke
Today maybe I'm in love
Next day maybe full of hatred
Today maybe I'm very composed and calm
Next day maybe I reign like storm
Today maybe I want to be alone
Next day maybe I feel very lonely
Today maybe I demand a little
Next day maybe I am terribly selfish
Today maybe I could be very patient
Next day maybe I snap at the first person
Today maybe I complaint a lot
Next day maybe I could tolerate so much
Today maybe I'm fully satisfied
Next day maybe I never have enough
Today maybe I want to linger in this moment
Next day maybe I eagerly wait for the future

Submitted: Friday, August 23, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013
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