This is War


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    This is War

    Every time my candle is litg
    You come and throw water on it
    You dance and laugh all over me
    Your wicked ways I cannot see

    You beat me down, til its hard to breathe
    You so desperately don’t want me to be free
    The chains you have are wrapped around my body
    So many times you have left me feeling sorry

    To me, you’ve done what you want, I haven’t fought back
    That’s been my mistake, to let you get me off track
    Unfortunately for you, you too made a mistake
    In my heart, I have now pulled out the stake

    You see when you came across my friend, my brother, my family
    That is when you put the fight in me
    You poured gasoline on a dimly lit fire
    Now to fight you is my only desire

    With the God-head, three in one, I am protected
    This anger you put in me, to you will be reflected
    My whole life you wanted me to be scorched
    Now my dimly lit candle is now a blazing torch

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    Bladebearer commented on This is War



    Poetry is finer and more philosophical than history; for poetry expresses the universal, and history only the particular.

    Aristotle (384 BC-322 BC) Greek philosopher.

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