'Merse' Mersedes III

Rookie (March 25,1992)

666 - Poem by 'Merse' Mersedes III

I am your six, six, and six
Better back away
You can’t destroy what you did not create
But you can bury what is already dead
My head hurts so badly,
Get out and toss the hammer
You’re giving me a head ache
And what they say is not what is
To be happening to me
Let go of me and let be alone
I did not do anything to you
It’s too late to destroy me now
I know how to stay back
I just realized something
I am smart and pretty
And you can not break me
I would fight through this rain
Climb all the mountains and crawl in the dirt
Swim through the ocean and dance with death
As I said you can not kill what you did not create

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 12, 2005

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