maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Fundamental of Liar Chapter CXXI: It doesn't mean any harm


It may be provocative
It may be disturbing
But it doesn't mean any harm

It may be rough
It may be emotional
But it doesn't mean any harm

It may be wild
It may be rebellious
But it doesn't mean any harm

It may go unplanned
It may look careless
But it doesn't mean any harm

It may be a nuisance
It may be a mistake
But it doesn't mean any harm

It may be a mess
It may be complicated
But it doesn't mean any harm

It may be slow progress
It may test the patience
But it doesn't mean any harm

It may be a hard blow
It may shake the faith
But it doesn't mean any harm

It may be cursed
It may be judged cruel
But it doesn't mean any harm

Submitted: Tuesday, April 03, 2012

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