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Prasetya Utama

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Unthreatened Dark horse


Unthreatened
Dark horse,

Ten o’clock in the line of fire
At the cutting edge
When all's said and done
Around the corner schoolyard
Under the trees
In the twinkling of an eye
Laughing and joking
While sleeping
Full of joie de vivre,
A lot of fun,
Close the eyes to
It appears that
From head to foot
Whiffed-waffle
Unthreatened
Dark horse,

Prasetya Utama
Bogor
Rabu,22 Februari 2006

Submitted: Wednesday, February 22, 2006

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