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SLANDER

Slander!
The knife of the weak
Its edges are ever sharp
Sniffing life from another's tree

Slander!
The saliva of fools
It fills their mouths as water
Holding time bombs in its molecules
The weak seek its help
To cutdown another's harvest
If only he knew
That the sun records at day

The fool seek its help
Spitting on another's harvest
If only he knew
That the wind blows at night

Just when a man
Thinks another's tree is out
It springs up again
From the point kissed by the knife

Slander's saliva
May dry up at day
But d wind of d night
Shall make its bomb explode

When you cut another's tree
Or spit on their harvest
Dont forget in a hurry Your deeds in the day

One thing you must know
This you must remember
That slander is in treaty
With the sun and the wind

The sun records your deeds
To film them at night
Only that this time
You will be the victim

The wind directs the venom
From the bomb of your slander
Right into your farm
To eradicate your tree

When you use its knife
Or its spiteful saliva
PLEASE do remember
That the sun and wind await you

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