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Sebelum ini kau sudah pernah rosak,aku tinggalkan kau..tak hantar pun pergi repair..

Kemudian kau kembali
normal..aku sangat bersyukur..

Tetapi hari ini,kau diambil orang lain..adakah aku ini menunjukkan yang aku tidak bersyukur dgn kepulangan kau??

Kamera aku nie hilang di SDAR..tertinggal kat meja makan dalam 10 minit..bila aku check balik dah hilang..

Aku dah tinggalkan info aku kat cikgu..kalau terjumpa boleh contact aku..

Buat masa nie aku bersangka baik..mungkin ada budak ambil sebab dier ingat kamera tu budak SDAR punya..

Kalau orang yg amik tu berniat mencuri..mmg butoh aa..tak guna ko belajar kat asrama kalau mencuri..

Aku datang SDAR sebab nak tolong utk olimpiad ngan kerja..bukannya bagi kamera aku kepada yang sangap nak kamera..

Aku harap aku dapat balik kamera aku..ya Allah kurniakanlah kepada aku kesabaran..amin..

(Gambar di atas merupakan gambar terakhir kamera aku..diambil oleh hp ini..)


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