maria sudibyo

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Fundamental of Liar Chapter LX: 130 Million Victims


Victim is so easily to be said until it becomes cheap
When you place yourself into that position
You’ll become the one that should be pitied but looks weak
People don’t like to be called victim
But in many cases they claim that they are the victim
Because they don’t want to be blamed
Or to sue fortune to someone for their loss
People don’t like victim
They should sympathize and handle them with care
If they don’t want to be called cold heart
But sometimes they use the victim
To get popularity and gain support for themselves
Or to attack someone that long time becomes their enemy
And the actual victims keep untouchable and helpless

This title and poem is inspired by CMB, manga created by Motohiro Katou

Submitted: Saturday, November 21, 2009
Edited: Sunday, November 29, 2009

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