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Fundamental of Liar Chapter LXXXV: Replacement


Sometimes I lost something
Sometimes I get something
When I lost something
I always search something else
To remove the pain I feel
When I get something
I always think it is something
To fill the thing that lost
But it is useless
Because then I realize
I only try to lie to myself
That a thing can be replaced easily by a thing
And it will be unfair to both of them
Because there’s nothing alike in this world
The memory of loss will teach us how to respect
And the happiness of gifted will teach us how to be grateful
It is something that should always be learned from time to time
And never be forgotten

Submitted: Monday, August 30, 2010

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