I wondered where you got your power,
To go to war unarmed and be victorious every hour.
You are a fair ferocious beast,
Killing the young and the restless,
Those with courage and the cowards,
This is why you easily manipulate the rich
And let the poor taste hell.
You are a vicious tornado
That destroys memories
And leaves households on their knees,
Shaken and broken to the core,
Pleading to the greater power
To turn back the hands of time.
You rule without rules,
Bending all the norms,
Creating your own artistic ways,
Devouring lives while sending
Those you leave behind
To their darkest anguish.
Queens can’t bear the heartache You cause,
Kings beg for your merciless mercy.