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January 20, 2011
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as for the man hidden beneath the hood,
the tyrant's ambition shall be glanced at
and, after this, let him seat himself sure
for we will shake him, or worse days endure.

but with shoves, we must not become amused,
lest our power becomes sorely misused
or the very thing we swore to destroy.
we must not tangle our blades' blows with joy.


remember: for this, dearly we will pay.
though we will be hated greatly today
though now we must appear bloody and cruel,
these actions were not conceived by
a fool.

our souls, corrupted by deeds done for Rome,
doth not have much more time that they shall roam,
but our impact will never fade away.
its glory shall be sung with dawn each day

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