Forgive me if I'm often contrary, especially at festival like today. When all others are seated. I get up.
When others rise and clap. I sit.
When others in lively discussion. I sleep.
When others set pigeon free. I scatter paddy.
Others have attained independence. Not me.
Forgive me if I'm often contrary. I do it only to remind.
-A poetry I found while reading Mat Som by Lat, a Malaysian cartoonist. Anybody could tell me who's the original writer of the poet?