Treasure Island

maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Fundamental of Liar Chapter CXXXIV: From A to Z

Affecting heart is never ending zone
Becoming the best is never ending ambition
Collecting money is never ending business
Defining happiness is never ending comparison
Expecting future is never ending dream
Feeling lonely is never ending emptiness
Glittering light is never ending fantasy
Hiding the truth is never ending guilt
Imagining peace is never ending hope
Jealousy rage is never ending inferno
Keeping trust is never ending job
Living life is never ending knowledge
Memorizing something is never ending labyrinth
Not having the ability is never ending misery
Obtaining respect is never ending need
Pursuing love is never ending obsession
Questioning human is never ending paradox
Research and study is never ending quest
Smiling sincerely is never ending river
Telling lies is never ending story
Understanding fate is never ending temptation
Various culture is never ending uniqueness 
Watching interest is never ending vision
X  factor is never ending world
Years for price of wish is never ending xxxholic 
Zipping a flat tummy is never ending yearning

Submitted: Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, October 30, 2012
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