I RESIST!

Ive got this disdain for a democratic life,

Ive got my little hands write a thousand times,

Ive got my little voice scream as far as a million miles,

Youve got yourselves dressed in black and whites

Killing my many citizens in your many tries

With your witty words and authoritarian mights

Stolen from the scrutiny

Of your political gluttony

Passed down from bad political memory

And brought to your feet made up of a bloody democracy

By leaders of past

Who needed glory so fast,

Who wanted power through bomb blast,

Who needed winning polls with malpractices

And ended up making the system a bunch of rules malfunctioning;

Malfunctioning in the past, now and probably the future

Where my unborn kid may be tutored!

No, I resist a corrupt future,

I resist my unborn kid to be wrongly tutored

And so I fight with my hands turning old,

I war against your government that is looking so bold

With the ink of my pen fading away,

Slowly and not minding to ensure this future isnt given away

To youthe wrong rulers

Who only measure your money-pillars

With the sweat of my citizens

Lying in destitute situations with lost visions

And tiny hopes and giving God negative reasons

Not to live life another day

But instead die and to the ground they prefer to lay!

Ive got this disdain for a democratic life,

Ive got my little hands write a thousand times,

Ive got my little voice scream as far as a million miles,

And so I fight with my hands turning old,

I war against your government that is looking so bold

With the ink of my pen fading away,

Slowly and not minding to ensure this future isnt given away

To youthe wrong rulers!

O yes, I resist a corrupt future,

I resist my unborn kid to be wrongly tutored

I RESIST!

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