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Dexsta Ray


A Veracious Verse


Some people can accept it
Some others don't...
Some will understand my truth
Some others won't
I don't care...
Tell satan bring the drama on!
I ain't never scared!
I was trying to take another
Role...
People get confused
When you try to change your life around
Ain't nobody criticized me
Until now...
Come at me...
I will drag a demon in the ground!
In the name of Jesus!
With the promises of screaming sound
If I take back what I told a person
Doesn't change facts but I chose to burn it
Holy Spirit said close the curtain!
So I left it right there!
Like I closed these verses...

Submitted: Thursday, January 30, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, July 08, 2014

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