1984 to Now
"Then you have no fear any more. You're completely free."
by throwing us in hell.
All the teachers fuss
when we are not in class by the bell.
They make the rules rough.
They make us suffa.
They never help us, they just bluff.
They think they are cleva.
Take your sweet time,
but it's going to cost you.
Staying after the bell is a crime,
tardies will stay too.
Bell to bell schedule is truely a waste.
So why are we here in this dystopian place.
Visitor come to my room and see all the trash I made.
Stay a while, I'm on the verge of laying it down.
A vagabond, and all his trash in search to find his crown.
Your mind is like a candle stick, my ambitions are constantly burning out.
I'd hate to, rain on your parade,
But everything you know is taken by this flood,
You were blind but there's no hope.
Dig a hole but there's no blood,
Who am I to pretend, who am I to recommend there is something less.
Than timelines and whores that drag you back to the floor, and cut your eyes out.
Find me, oh Saint, I'm bending, breaking, at my knees, praying.
I've exposed, this earth has taken pride in seeing my, most vulnerable state.
I find no humor in letting yourself stray away, from those pictures.
When they cause you to see shame in yourself, you can run from your problems.
But they'll follow you like a trend,
One shot to forgetting, six shots to falling in the end.
I was the king, of kings, I stand for one rule, and one rule for myself, as a man.
I will fall and as my son you've watched it all.
Behind every mask, lies a man, who can't live in his own skin.
He lives by the flask, he bathes in his past, and he dies by his own sins.
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V for Vendetta. Dir. James McTeigue. Perf. Natalie Portman, Hugo Weaving. Warner Brothers, 2005. DVD.
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