Treasure Island

Micron


Wolf in sheep’s clothing


Some they only seem to see the sheep
Those that are blind and often weak
They agree with his every idea and word
Believe constantly everything that is heard
I’m helping you, I’m your mate, I’m your best friend
But his actions will send you round the bend
Everything he asks is always for his own good
Not considering others as he should
He thinks he is clever and so strong
But can’t see he’s doing so much wrong
There are some that have seen whats inside
For there a calculating selfish wolf does reside
He’s sly and careful all the time
And to most will appear just fine
But then the inner wolf does appear
And then beware when he’s near
For the wolf acts when others can’t be seen
If he catches you alone he’s dreadfully mean
For to have no witness of anything you see
Means its one word against another so he can flee
Teflon shoulders he has as nothing ever sticks
So he continues with his tricks.

Submitted: Tuesday, January 27, 2009
Edited: Friday, July 31, 2009

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