Nuclear

You and I, we’re nuclear

Two atoms intertwined

A vivacious ripped scar

Energetic and fully alive

.

Let’s go and get nuclear

And paint this world red

Bounding in near and far

Until we are all but dead

.

And our nuclear resonance

They’ll taste our contagion

Catching radiating defiance

Into massive nuclear fission

.

We are a nuclear family

The perfect combination

Yet an unorthodox trinity

Nothing but dysfunction

.

Our house of nuclear reactor

Fill with too much resistance

Wafted stank chemical ardour

Vats of industrial contrivance

.

The hidden nuclear weapons

That we’re wielding into divide

And clash in perpetual motion

Lay ruin upon the other’s lives

.

But those nuclear warheads

Will be to our self-destruction

Biohazard and contaminated

Result to our own decimation

.

And this coldest nuclear winter

A chilling climate to last forever

Mushroom clouds block the sun

In dusty high-altitude cremation

.

We are a giant nuclear disaster

This planet’s final ending harm

When we split apart even faster

And ignite that final deadly bomb

.

We’re nothing but a nuclear fallout

The wrongful radioactive explosion

Left in rubbles of the last battlefield

Left wounded in chaotic pandemonium.

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