jodekss gloatkenf

Rookie (April 29th, '90 / Ile-Ife)

This world will never wait.


Peepers of this world, Kiss the ass of these words Aye, for the sake of He that died on the cross Dump wobbling after the world. For the world is good at waiting But he has never waited for one afore Check out the epoch as the fore For The world is like a shadow Guised in a behemoth silhouette Yes, the world awaited you You embrace him You embrace the silhouette Checking out the silhouette What you will see is an empty set For the world's exactly in a real disguise The world awaits none Cos he knows the time is no more prime Put into shreds your old attire Sign up with that white empire For this world shall leave us all Not all of us shall leave this world. For it's written By Him, not by your keen kitten.

Submitted: Thursday, October 25, 2012

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It's all about being pious and or altering from being an iniquitor to being a God's battle axe for the end of the end is all ready on his way in.

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