Timothy Long

(September 11 1996 / Auburn, New York)

Die Tally Man

oh tally man how do you do with your sharp tongue, but not so keen mind, and your small brain filled with ignorance, you scorn in fright at beautiful sights, why do you choose wrong over right? , why do you do this? , you frown upon free goverment, you smile for death and destruction, this signifies that you have no emotion, it's as if your a robot in human skin oh why tally man, you have no conscience of do, oh thats why thy shall die with no goodbye, your mind is narrow and closed to the world, you bear all thats not right, you judge and you cause the worlds destruction, oh why tally man can't you see the truth and just die, you have no emotion, your a robot in human skin, you hide from beauty and smile for death, death that you have caused, so die tally man and you won't get no goodbye, no goodbye for the wickedness that you cause

Submitted: Wednesday, November 06, 2013

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about the russians in the cold war era

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