maria sudibyo

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Good Book


Good words
Are words that don't need to be dragged 
To make them flow and understandable 
Good line
Is something that could spark our own imagination 
Rather than only be swept by the narration 
Good story
Is a story that makes us impatience to wait its continuation 
And eager to know more about everything 
Good reading
Is the time that we no longer in reality
But absorbed in the world inside the book
Good writer
Is a writer that has a heart of a reader
And willing to give the light in the dark
Good contents
Is a content that filled us with hope and passion 
Instead  of despair and prejudice
Good time
Is the moment when we doesn't have to work hard to concentrate 
And just enjoy the time
Good book
Is book that we want to read it over and over again
Even though the papers already yellow and crumpled

Submitted: Monday, December 17, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, December 18, 2012

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