Revolution - Poem by Amber Evans
my revolution is beginning.
i can see the light in the sky
my bombs go off like fireworks while infidels scream
and beg for mercy
my army behind me
my strongest asset
second in command officer
the force behind everything i do
haters all around me
nothing more and a whole lot less
and POWER *here*
if i could only use it for good
i probably wouldn't
i'm something like a mini phenomenon
blowing the minds
like the buildings falling before me
i smell the fear in the air
causing an underground controversy
that you'll never see in the media
wanted by the government
hated by the president
i guess you could say i'm a menace
murderers write me admiration letters from their death row cells
fire in my soul hotter than June 17th in hell
so get out my face
go back 2 the bottom of my truck tire where you belong
you know the deal
face to the sun
wind at my back
i took a step over 'forever'
and landed in 'eternity'
but somehow i dropped you in 'sometimes'
and you bounced into 'never'
i left you there.
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