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The smallest part, a single spark
Can leave this world in ashes
The fire inside, burns my mind
And set to destroy the masses

Burn this world down.

Consuming tide, floods my mind
Filling my soul with rage
Just one spark in my heart
To damn this world in flames

My burning fate seeding with hate
To set this world on fire

All will burn, nothing spared
From my incineration
Decimate, to devastate
Path of annihilation

My burning fate seeding with hate
To set this world on fire

Set this world on fire
Wake of the Oxidizer



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    sigmaetarhovFeb 8, 2012 at 8:27 pm
    During the a-bomb tests, a small spark in a small part of it's content could blow a large part of a country... This was proven after the pearl harbor attack in december 7th, 1941... In august 6th, 1945, when the empire of japan ignored the american ultimatum, the first a-bomb was dropped in hiroshima. Three days later, a second a-bomb was dropped in nagasaki.

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