Counting Coup

from by Singodsuperior

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I’m not worried with these past participles
They’re mere particles against the larger article
A fecal fickle sickle gloss trying to belittle
Buts it never felt like financial trickle
As nickels, go down the wishing well
My cells down the river to sell
My eyes well up with the wish to be well
Tears emulsify tears such a sodium phosphate
As I put whiskey over ice just to isolate
My heads only down for reading, some say I should be praying
That’ll be the day I prey on reflections that I’m facin’
A man seeing double from an empty fullness
Being conned from this state of a double consciousness
Assisted by dark bliss with encrypted abyss
A solstice of emotion used to reminisce
Rintrah’s wry because the rye avoids sighs
Til the ego dies i'm plagued from demise
My rebirth is compromised like three-fifths
Delivered to one liver so humane
Sustain with stains of horror that Rintrah disdains
These in a sense are songs of innocence
With intent to burn witches like the dream state that’s just so intense

Shepard amongst the sheep as we sit to count the coup
Which time exudes these basic dual moods
Plaguing the plains dreams so serene
That swim in endless skulls dimensions in between
Try to execute scenes I see before the whiskey lulls
Into a state of REM far away from the dull
Who’s the count with the count - these dreams I recount
That erodes my devil soul I denounce to a minuscule amount
Trounced in grains with glass all about

At war like Grandad in bond
Don’t wanna be a vagabond bottled in bond
Word is bond on this psalm as I wait for the dawn


from Kouros, released August 10, 2016
Written and Produced by Singodsuperior (2016).
Recorded in Norman, Oklahoma
℗ © 2016 Singodsuperior



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Singodsuperior Baltimore, Maryland

Singodsuperior is a Baltimore Alternative Hip-Hop artist. Currently based in Oklahoma, Singod got his start providing experimental production for albums in Baltimore's underground rap scene during the late 2000s.

Singod’s work has been featured in the Baltimore City Paper and Government Names. He is currently working on a full length album and co-hosts the Channel 10 Podcast and Wu-Tang Podcast.
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