this writhing urge,
In this days of wearying confusion,
when your reason's battling with your emotion
and your spirit becomes their battlefield
leaving you amidst their broken swords and shattered shields.
With corpses everywhere,
shrieks of death anywhere,
will you promise harmony in your world?
In my kingdom I let the reason prevails,
though in suppressing the blooming emotion I failed.
wise men says they should work in a unified team,
this might be true, as it seems,
logic will do,
while I am still the king of my world.
The adversary told me I need the comfort of their cause.
Lay down my arms and I will never feel lost.
I answered to their plea with condescendence,
they're irrational, word's not worth a pence,
inferior in nature,
just desperate to seize the throne of my world.
I’m young, free and still have lands to conquer.
I have the greatest army and I’m the diplomat of myself.
My allies and kin's enough, so no one should make a step
towards my barricaded city, for I will kneel ne'er.
I’ll defend from them,
And conquer them for the sake of my world.
Still I couldn’t understand.
I know I’m the king of my world
and my entire army of reason pledged to me as their lord,
but still, why does those rebels of emotion still stands,
and trying to take over my world?
Those rebels keep on telling me,
"admit it, you long for it!"
no I don't! not even a bit.
As long as my army's in my territory,
and glorifying my world.
As the years go by the rebels continue sprouting, then grown.
And they're now bombarding my defenses and going through my kingdom's moat,
laying siege on my years of hard work and my oath.
I should've listened, should've believed, I should've known.
But I’ll not fall!
Or will I fall?
for my own army have abandoned me from my world.
They took me, the rebels, the glorious, to my kingdom's dungeon.
They overpowered me, defeated me, and dominated my city as though it is their own.
But soon enough I saw the downfall of the rebels,
dragging my beloved kingdom to the ashes with those scoundrels.
It should've been harmony,
and it should've not been vanity,
it should've still be standing here, my beloved world.