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New Regime,

New Regime,
New Regime that is so Unbelievable,
Can you see the man in me?
All saying that the same regime is no more,
This is the new regime,
Making of the Incredible,
Understand the World and see us through,
You Obviously don't know me,
This is the New Regime,
That the man is all percolating,
Rather Wilding into the ways of the man,
Tell me that time is all moving so fast,
But not near the Real Man,
Ain't this the new Regime,
That the World will never adjust into that way,
Let me go and tell you that I was laced up,
There is the toughest roughest you never see,
Obviously you never know,
How can you conquer which hast Overthrown and depose you?
Tell me,
Where is the Wisdom?
Never ever Under-rate that man,
Ever never.

Submitted: Saturday, February 23, 2008

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