Canadian Invasion

Rookie (feb.24,1991 / canada (duh))

An ode to a god...


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To whom some love
To whom some hate
To whom some thank for the food on their plate
To whom condemn
those who should be saved
And to whom save
those who would be condemned
Thank you for this world you have created
Where the strong take advantage of the weak
Where the weak have no choice but to obey
Where corruption reigns
And salvation is gone
Thank you for this world
And the destruction it contains

Submitted: Tuesday, April 29, 2008

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