maria sudibyo

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Fundamental of Liar Chapter CXXIX: Mistake Poem by maria sudibyo


When it's never happen, it is perfection
When it happen once, it is a slip
When it happen twice, it is a coincidence
When it happen third times, it is an error
When it always happens, it is a habit

When it is understandable, it is humanity
When it is unavoidable, it is a nature
When it is destroying, it is a disaster
When it is unexpected, it is a misfortune
When it keeps remembered, it is regret

When it is done by one, it is a failure
When it is done by many, it is culture
When it is laughed, it is a humor
When it is repeated, it is foolishness
When it is exposed, it is publicity

When it is overlooked, it is ignorance
When it is suspected, it is prejudice
When it is hidden, it is a secret
When it is punished, it is a crime
When it is denied, it is a lie

Submitted: Wednesday, August 1, 2012

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