Liar

Constrained and forced, this mighty pen she tightly hold.  She was bound by a sacred oath with an ardent prayer to represent one’s cause.  But does such oath include the duty to twist and turn the past to conform to a favorable lie?

She was a pathetic soldier subject to the beck and call of the magnanimous superior; not called to decide, not called to cross the boundary of the imaginary instruction.

She was a pathetic soldier whose call of duty is to fight the battle and finish with victory.  Between the lines, she was not given the prerogative to whose side she should take.

She was a pathetic soldier caught between the devil and the deep blue sea.  And they call her the “involuntary liar”, chained by the oath and slave of greed.

3 thoughts on “Liar

  1. realization ba ire? hehehe

  2. Hirap nga niyan. Aja!🙂

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