Sidqi Adi Hubeis
A Kid Named Sid - Poem by Sidqi Adi Hubeis
Playing with hard to get girls,
And never stopped trying.
You always ended up in deserts,
But never stopped striving.
I've had always imagined what you'll be,
A fool, a traitor, a musician,
You've had always wandered what you will become,
Now let me enlight you,
Of what's going to come.
They fought their way onto the top.
With strings, and lungs is how they rise.
But whats up there that they had found?
Fame, fortune, money and wine.
The survived the demons known as the industry.
But not yet had resisted their charms.
They're killing us slowly with pop stars and sluts.
Now their left alone with nothing to strum.
But fear not Sid,
You're on my side.
Let's fight till the end,
Til' our world's collide.
But let me warn you one simple thing.
There'll be a tough price for such a dream.
If you cannot cope of what you will be.
Then breathless you are and death you will see.
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