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maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

Minority Mayority


I am me
I didn't choose my parents
I didn't choose my root
I didn't choose my origin
But I decided to live
I am different
And you are too
Nobody's same in the world
So don't make it a matter to leave me
Because I'm happy to be me
You hate me
Because you don't know me
You are scared with me
Because you don't want to be stranger
But I know and want what I believe
I can laugh, I can cry too
I have a dream, I have an anger too
Why are you judging me
and telling me that I'm wrong creature?
Don't make a reason in the name of God
Or any other reason you thought to be right
Open your mind, open your heart
And we don't have to fight
You don't have to kill anybody
Let's break the system!

Submitted: Tuesday, March 27, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, February 08, 2011
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