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Killing SpreeGoing to be, a killing spree.
When drama becomes hell bent, you want to vent,
And eventually turns to trauma.
Better learn how to flee, this is a,
Challenged depth perception,
Lost anything that I had kept as inspiration.
Redefining the no mercy action, as I try to compensate.
Eye's start to dilate, as these problems,
don't come with equations.
There will not,
Open arm receptions.
String for yours and mine.
Thanks for your admirations and cooperation.
Scratches on the living room floor,
Anticipate my endeavor, meet the end of a meat cleaver.
Stained the metal, forever.
Going to get fetal instinct,
With the meat clever.
Better call up the precinct,
Cause as it looks now,
There won't be any known survivors.
Not with these marked eyes,
Blood shot eyes.
Check the vitals for your demise,
Gapping slow, check for the last surprise.
As everything is starting to rise,
Bleeds from the depths of perception,
Pleads for the Cor
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