maria sudibyo

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Fundamental of Liar Chapter XVIII: First Aid Rule Poem by maria sudibyo


easiest to solve problems
blame someone
hide secret
keep silence, shut your mouth up
being target lock
don't use your telephone
trouble's come
stay cool, don't panic
if you know nothing
don't speak
if your brain is not enough
don't speak
if you are angry
don't speak
you do a wrong thing
you must know the consequence
if everything blows up
plea forgiveness, but not cheap
smells burned
prepare to runaway
don't worry
your lawyer will use your money
sleep well
you don't have a heart anyway

Submitted: Thursday, October 30, 2008

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