Dexsta Ray

A Positive Figure

Our children need a positive figure
That change starts now...
Can we top the pretenders?
We are so much more than a plotting offender
Every one of us are special
We are not to surrender
To the evil minded scheme of this earth
Sempiternal battle...
It couldn't be any worse
From labor to birth into the streets and then a hearse
Perpetual cycle...
It just repeats and only hurts
We'd defeat the evil culprit with an arrow of truth
We should know the righteous path as the narrowest route
See society's a lie...
That's the harrowing news!
Why can't we let each other rise like a sparrow can do?
I need a message from the wise
For my eyes are fatigued...
I'm trying to benefit the lives of people lying on me
Because I see the full view
Principalities are demons who'll do
Anything to deceive, start beef, and fool you
They exist in the spirit...
Not in the flesh
They try their best to take control of what you've got in your chest
Still hoping you won't listen
He'll hate me for this...
Satan loves convincing people that he doesn't exist
Turning us against each other
People taking amiss
Being overcome with violence
And we hate to admit
Staying positive can help avoid ruin
But the only way around it is by simply going through it

Submitted: Sunday, November 10, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 08, 2014

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