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Reveal



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Ima break some chains'n not sit by'n watch the world fade away manic pulp fiction real life dream horror, forced by human nature'n man made disturbances once subtle stopped my path solitude gonna wreak havoc, you wanna have kids enjoy'n the struggle gett'n mad following genesis not like'n what you see gotta curse, not knowing deep down so blinded by the metaphors swimming in the lies tied up by aggression livin division, all ya'll like to give a view about you while think'n you know others truth is you can't know their energy

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who you fool'n with tat aura look'n at each other, seeing only animation moving like a walking doll actin like you not fake, mimick'n what's seen pick'n up a bible roll shift'n gears in the play, cast the symphony struck sound gold who my character my choosing

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humans to me look'n like birds fowl sick'n me sound of death rott'n rattl'n the air pleas'n beauties, publishing vain train weight sending I'm at a cut throat weight I'm re-weighing the stains in the way, we got a probable preamble settling a score stowaway push feel my shove knock'n down trees you planted, bringing a conscious awareness blessed the felled catch my drift holding in mind angels to God, I sea deep in universal god awareness like paparazzi one time follow prophet drop the flow bit

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think'n when this mess gonna stop like I wanna drop the mic on yall but jes gonna keep press'n on, reveal'n all the wrongs your brain gone you ain't you livin as a reptile fit'n in colors all the same, I'm as the sun burn'n revealing your minds what the revelations biblically say'n don't see it, don't get in the way postmortem apocalypse draining my dead cells capturing all yall contemplat'n, look'n at me who dis the blessing and curse of mankind who in the world got the time

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There's a Prophet in your midst's!

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Written on November 24, 2022

Submitted by darkprophet on November 24, 2022

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