Redza Ridzwan

(SIngapore)

Control By Stealth


So what does it mean
living your life as a dream
kept in confusing

not knowing the truth
I won't keep on blaming you
they just don't tell you

know your enemy
Cause this enemy is real
with big illusions

in persuasion
they give anhilation
and they are patient

drive you out of homes
no one ever sees their crime
they are your two eyes

so get a third one
and the third is just your mind
and the heart, resides inside

the truth is in there
concealed, as a weaponry
about to give a scare

lies and lies and lies
killling bro's and sis alive
and you support them

everytime they ask
they threat everything you have
This is, control by stealth

| Rythmic Wisdom |

Submitted: Saturday, April 13, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 04, 2013

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