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That afternoon Jakarta street was still the same busy with millions of automobiles running back and forth without even knowing why they did so The polluted air was everywhere Dust floating in the air unknown No one seemed to take care of what their bodies complain about Coughing and reddened eyes were just trivial mishap that would go away with the wind in the monsoon seasons No one ever thought why the mountain of rubbish filled up the river why the water in the river turned into black even for the fish to live in Whats so important about that when world glittering was much more tempting What the hell with the beggars frowning their foreheads on the street Those little eyes sunk much deeper every single day Wandering in the traffic light and jammed street knocking one windows car to another window car Not be forgotten the rag and dirty outfits with matched with the poverty image It was clear and obvious Even though the saying says that human heart is soften in the weakness this kind old yet ancient proverb was merely just a saying Somebody once said that with no intention It was just somebody said that once in a time which we didnt know A fatigue-looking lady was standing by the road Her right hand was busy sweeping the watery face of sweat She crooked her back for the something too big clinging on her back She grinded as the burden looked too heavy for her to bear As she was wishing the lamp turned into red for she could cross over a gentleman with steady figure was standing beside her as well He was too busy with his cellphone that the burden of this old lady was nowhere to be seen She was so close yet so far from him The cars were still busy filling up the road Their fumes were spread everywhere It was not good at all
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