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Vasto Grom

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E.N.S.


I'm ENS and I'm the very best at what it is I do.
I have just one reason for being here and that's to be stronger than you.
I'll beat you to a bloody pulp and leave you in disgrace.
After that you'll never forget this as I say it to your broken face.
I live in hell and everyday I don't just survive.
I grow stronger and damn it I even thrive.

I'm ENS and I will never die.
I've spent my life living in my own world of madness, so don't even try.
Most would break and fall.
But not me I just rise above it all.
Hannibal and Dexter should be taking lessons from me.
After all the twisted messed up shit I've come to see.
I've watched my family die over 10,000 times.
I've witnessed so many unspeakable crimes.
I speak to demons, angels, and gods.
And I have slaughtered millions with everything from guns to metal rods.

Now you better think twice.
Whether or not you're going to be nice.
Or if you want to meet the me that's carved out of ice.
And be warned that if you choose wrong.
I eat you alive and spit you out like the lyrics to this song.
I'm completely messed up and twisted.
But worst damn part is I'm not even pissed yet.
You wanna see the black blood demon of Houston.
He'll skin you alive and devour your soul son.

Submitted: Monday, February 06, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, April 03, 2012

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