maria sudibyo

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Let them talk
Let them whisper
Let them sneer
Let them mock

We could be lover
We could be enemy
We could be friend
We could be rival

So let them say what they incapable to do

Let them argue
Let them fight
Let them judge
Let them grudge

We could be fool
We could be genius
We could be gentle
We could be furious

So let them do what they limited can think

Let them reason
Let them excuse
Let them order
Let them restrict

We could be blind
We could be curious
We could be obedient
We could be rebel

So let them think what they mercilessly could say

Submitted: Saturday, October 26, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 28, 2013
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(See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil)

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