maria sudibyo

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Fundamental of Liar Chapter CXI: Same Same But Different


You don’t have to be different to think freely
You don’t have to be same to prove yourself
You don’t have to be different to voice displeasure
You don’t have to be same to feel troubled
You don’t have to be different to protect what’s precious
You don’t have to be same to avoid being hurt
You don’t have to be different to gain respect
You don’t have to be same to get stronger
You don’t have to be different to have a will
You don’t have to be same to do what you like
You don’t have to be different to look great
You don’t have to be same to mimic the action
You don’t have to be different to love someone
You don’t have to be same to be loved

Submitted: Monday, August 08, 2011
Edited: Monday, August 08, 2011

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