maria sudibyo

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Fundamental of Liar Chapter CXXV: A Few Good Men


Everybody could do, but only few who act
Everybody could see, but only few who care
Everybody could feel, but only few who accept
Everybody could learn, but only few who passionate
Everybody could get, but only few who protect
Everybody could decide, but only few who responsible
Everybody could say, but only few who mean it
Everybody could know, but only few who use
Everybody could find, but only few who grateful
Everybody could promise, but only few who faithful
Everybody could hear, but only few who understand
Everybody could predict, but only few who right
Everybody could need, but only few who share
Everybody could change, but only few who better
Everybody could forget, but only few who forgive
Everybody could be angry, but only few who control
Everybody could dream, but only few who chase
Everybody could think, but only few who solve
Everybody could play, but only few who enjoy
Everybody could choose, but only few who certain
Everybody could create, but only few who eternal
Everybody could stop, but only few who satisfy
Everybody could ask, but only few who explain
Everybody could breathe, but only few who alive
Everybody could smile, but only few who honest
Everybody could leave, but only few who return
Everybody could wish, but only few who hope
Everybody could hide, but only few who escape
Everybody could love, but only few who survive
Everybody could hurt, but only few who cry
Everybody could lie, but only few who lucky

Submitted: Wednesday, May 02, 2012
Edited: Thursday, May 03, 2012

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