Dexsta Ray

Deadly Seductionz

Sally the seductionz in this realm
Savvying the unction
For it's function is to...
Double the combustion of expressions gone astray
Beware of what you thought
Oppression grows with...
The poison is perpetual and potent for what's what
Be sifting through the catalyst in motion
For the Son...
Run into the politic of deeper pictures limn
Dive into the illustrations
Breath them in and...
Parent and a parent still a victim of the... trance
Because they didn't see it...
Satan had a chance
The problem is distraction by these deadly seductionz
Led those upper 'engineers' to action... or expansion
Dropped into community streets...
The deadliest seductionz
Uncle Sam... needed glasses to read the message for me
Blame this on the distractions... suggested testimonies
You don't have to go where they ask you unless
Possessed or daunted

Submitted: Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, July 08, 2014
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