on it's way to Sh1tty 1st Draft ,written by Col.
Feed them to the jackals,
the raving, the desolate, the insolent;
let them tread on the roads of Mount Zion
in old Jerusalem, and fall into the cenacle:
their last supper shall be their own
flesh, lured away by the cunning,
the slight, of huli jing.
A successful prince
owns the attributes
of both lion, and fox.
Don Diego de la Vega may be proud,
but there is no pride to be found
amongst the ranks of the fallen:
their trenches lie in torrents of Hell,
with the thick stench of corruption
encasing hearts, a lion’s mane
grown ratted and matted with shame.
 Psalm 63:9-10: But those that seek my soul, to destroy it, shall go into the lower parts of the earth. They shall fall by the sword: they shall be a portion for foxes.
 Lamentation 5:18: Because of the mountain of Zion, which is desolate, the foxes walk upon it.
 In Chinese mythology, huli jing are fox spirits that lure men away from their wives.
 According to Machiavelli’s The Prince.
 Zorro (Spanish for ‘fox’) is the secret identity of the fictional Don Diego de la Vega.