AmericaA mighty kingdom towering high,
A united nation reaching for the sky.
Loyal people living free,
Arrogant people too blind to see.
Arm in arm an armor of flesh,
Slowly they break their own skin mesh.
Soldiers fighting for a thing called freedom,
Infection claims another branch of the kingdom.
Once strong people, worthy of awe,
Now people owning a flapping jaw.
Once a proud nation feared by all,
Now a jester forced to crawl.
Once a nation under God with liberty and justice for all,
Now lost to the darkness beyond its wall.
Glory days seem far behind,
A nation fit to be ruled by the crippled and blind.
A puppet ruler spouting lies,
The people know, it's hard to disguise.
A nation of the meek and overfed,
They don't live until they are dead.
Devouring it from the inside out,
Laziness attacks with a shout.
Once a symbol of honor,
Now a symbol of scoffed horror.
A nation made of sand once so great,
Washed away by the waves of hate.
Uneducated its people roam,
They don't know the history of t