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worst person


i am a worst person
worst person who wish to kill my enemy
i want to kill them until they ask for a pity
kill them until their tears is falling

until their blood flow like a river
i want to see them screaming
screaming to me with tears of blood
blood of their own

i want to revenge for justice
justice that im asking for so long
so long that I've been to silence
so long that I'm crying as i sleep

because before i have no strength to fight
but now i found my strength
i don't have to cry as i sleep
my face will be brighten again

if i will kill them
i can taste the sweetness of a revenge
i don't have a pity with them anymore
because i am a worst person

Submitted: Monday, November 17, 2008
Edited: Friday, August 05, 2011

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