CASTLES: So many castles left in ruins
And civilisations razed to the ground,
Around the forts people built their cities
Where prosperity and riches were easily found.
The peasants brought in the harvest
While Chancellor and councillors collect,
The king, his knights and his armies
From barbarians their kingdom they protect.
It’s like the similitude of a crocodile
Opened-mouth and floating in the water,
While the birds fly in to toothpick his teeth
But once hungry, he'll devour your daughter.
They're both doing themselves a favour
And in the end they find their relief,
But those feather...
mother said I was born wicked-page 35: WHEN MY MOTHER GOT UP LATER
SHE GAVE ME ANOTHER BEATING,
“DROP YOUR PANTS AND LAY ACROSS THE BED”
WAS MY DAILY MORNING GREETINGS,
IN ALL THESE THINGS I NEVER HATED THEM
I THOUGHT I WAS THE ONE TO BLAME,
EVEN THOUGH THEY BEAT ME BAD
AND PUT ME THROUGH CHILDHOOD SHAME,
ONE NIGHT I WET MY PYJAMAS
AND DIDN’T WANT MY MOTHER TO KNOW,
SO I HID THEM IN THE DARKROOM WALL
WHERE NO ONE HARDLY GOES,
I WENT OFF TO SCHOOL AS USUAL
SO HAPPY TO LEAVE THE HOUSE,
YET SOMETHING DEEP DOWN TOLD ME
MOTHER WAS SNEAKING AROUND LIKE A MOUSE,
I COULDN’T SETTLE DOWN AT SCHOOL
MY WORST FEARS CAME TO MIN...