AJJ AJJ

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Mercy


full of no mercy just a soulless crematorium
cold as ice and frozen for centuries watching
as the future go's by while we get infected
with stis and flying with the hivs young
mastering the false idols and movements

racism the one thing we blacks are good to
each other ready to dropp a quick lyric or eyes
to cut down a person and make em seem a
different view and let them wonder.

im a weapon ready to fire so i get cold and
become like the reptiles slowly with this
lyrical projectile that has no mercy
young producing and juveniles being cold
and quick to dropp like a dead child

sniffing the coke the acid that is idiologically
turning with a hypocritical chances that is a remedy
as the future is bombed with the chemical dropp lets

when i fight i wont punch you i ll call my blooded
needles filled with hate and poke you with a swift
decible and break the skin and watch this life ebb
away.

Submitted: Wednesday, February 18, 2009
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