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Fundamental of Liar Chapter CXLIX: Second to Downfall

It is not how much money that has been slipped
But it is honesty that put at risk
It is not how smooth the temptation delivered
But it is trust that being violated
It is not how good the power you got
But it is responsibility that should be carried with
It is not how well the skill you possess
But it is arrogance that tear the way
It is not how boring the day routine
But it is laziness that creeping to halt
It is not how dark the past you keep
But it is secret that haunt to kill
It is not how careless the mistake
But it is loss that waiting on the brink
It is not how unintentional the words
But it is heartache that being inflicted
It is not how big is the possibility 
But it is prejudice that deteriorating the bond
It is not how trifle the wound occurred
But it is the scar that being embedded
It is not how long we've been together
But it is emotion that has been misplaced
It is not how controlled the situation
But it is freedom that being threatened
It is not how common the things happened 
But it is ignorance that write the pattern
It is not how difficult to face the truth
But it is life that being manipulated

Submitted: Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, May 08, 2013
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