Double A P SS

(Los Angeles, California)

Become


Break the bone that holds you back
Kill the m***********
Break your fist against his chin
Become iron and steal
Unable to feel
Stab him the gut
Feel his organs quiver and die
Break the bone
Shatter his knees
Listen to him plea
Kill the m***********
Destroy yourself and drag him with you
See his eyes dilate
See him stare at heaven
Break the bone that holds your back
Break your spine
Lose your moral
Let your conscience die out
Break the bone
Become wrong and rotten
Kill the m*********** in front of the mirror
See yourself shake in fear
Look at the darkest part of your heart
It almost seems unreal
Become murder and hate
Break the bone
Become unrecognizable

Submitted: Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, July 05, 2011

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