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Get Out (Explicit Content)

Prepare to be punched by your common enemy
Your face bleeds like you have been scarred for life
I will not be underestimated by a bitch
Who thinks I'm a retard waiting to happen.

F*ck yourself, I will not be bullied again
But one day you will feel my wrath,
Yet you ignore it like you don't give a f*ck
Like you usually never do so I demand you
To get the f*ck out of here

A long time I have awaited for this day
The one day I will never forget in my life
The day I punch your face and break your spine
And leave you hung on a slipknot

I have strong feelings against you
For what you did to my friends and family
I will never surrender to you
Because you never do to me

All I wanted from you was to be nice
I offered you a chance to be part of my family
Yet you back-stabbed me and fucked me over
And took your gain with you

A long time I have awaited for this day
The one day I will never forget in my life
The day I punch your face and break your spine
And leave you hung on a slipknot

Come on, come on now,
Get up, get up, bitch
fight me, fight me, clown
be punched, be punched in the face

Do not cross me ever again
Or I will make your life miserable
I will swallow you whole
Even if it means I fall with you

A long time I have awaited for this day
The one day I will never forget in my life
The day I punch your face and break your spine
And leave you hung on a slipknot

A long time I have awaited for this day
The one day I will never forget in my life
The day I punch your face and break your spine
And leave you hung on a slipknot
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Submitted on December 10, 2014

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Jesse Cochran

Inspired by the freestyle poetry of Walt Whitman and the musically driven attitude of metal musicians Slipknot and Mudvayne, Jesse Cochran is a new poet to join Poetry.net, and he writes poetry that is a little too honest. As a matter of fact, his style of poetry is supposed to be violent and full of language like a metal song's lyrics. But he does aim to write much happier poems once his more angry ones are out of his system. more…

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