Treasure Island

maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Fundamental of Liar Chapter CXLVI: Surviving is Stealing, Lying and Leaving


Even though it is unfair
Even though it is rude
The first thing I demand is
More for me
How I could gain benefit even from the wrong movement
So even though everyone see me as a leech
Even though I will be accused greed
As long as I could get shelter for inconvenient time 
I give no damn

Even though it is cruel
Even though it hurts
The first thing I do is 
Protecting me
How I could land safely even I fall
So even though everyone see me as a traitor
Even though I must sacrifice
As long as I could keep my precious safe
I'm okay with it

Even though it is selfish
Even though it is coward
The first priority
Is saving me
How I could escape even from harsh environment
So even though everyone see me as an opportunist
Even though I should be a disgraced creature
As long as I could stay strong to come back and help
I don't mind it

Submitted: Monday, March 25, 2013
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