maria sudibyo

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Fundamental of Liar Chapter CXXXIX: The Gift


Wash your tears 
And give the smile
Push your misery
And give a comfort
End your argument
And give the way
Lower your sword
And give the hand
Throw your pride
And give a chance
Control your anger
And give the thought
Swallow your regret
And give a change
Stop your pretense
And give a sincerity
Forget your loneliness
And give the warmth
Deal with your past
And give a future
Lay your sorrow
And give a sympathy
Resist your whining
And give the proof
Break your silence
And give the hope
Crack your boredom
And give the joy
Peel your skin
And give a color
Cut your hatred
And give the love
Escape your darkness
And give the light

Submitted: Tuesday, December 04, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, December 05, 2012

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