Inro Lavil

(April 1992 / Cavite City, Philippines)

Explosions After I Make My 180-Degree Turn


EXPLOSIONS AFTER I MAKE A 180 DEGREE TURN
by Inro Lavil

08-31-12

Look at my back, look at my back
Forget the past, dispose the sack
Let explosions destroy the shooting scene
After I destroy my mortal enemy
After I take avenge to their anomaly
Let explosions destroy the shooting scene
Dodging bullets were my methods
Shooting back to them before I reload
Let explosions destroy the shooting scene
After hearing my nemesis' laughter
And clean everything he littered
Let explosions destroy the shooting scene
After the exchanges of epic lines
After letting my skills make me shine
Let explosions destroy the shooting scene
Run as fast as you can, lone wolf
Be strong, be valiant, not be soft

Let explosions destroy the shooting scene
Let explosions destruct the moving train
Let explosions destroy the running car
Let explosions destruct my heavy scars

Explosions!
Explosions!

I will make a turn...

...And walk away like a boss.

Submitted: Saturday, September 22, 2012

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Just like every action films, we want a great and epic endings after a long hard day of work.

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