Dexsta Ray


I Wonder What The Angels Saying Poem by Dexsta Ray


Life is a marvel
Set in awe... I'm watching
Everything is important
Everything deserves acknowledgement
I wonder...
I wonder...
Sometimes I'm messing up
I don't want to seem too perfect at all
Test's enough
Yes, it's tough sometimes
I've killed a couple of
Habits...
From an addict
To replacing that with something practic
But my attitude is half in the world
Sometimes...
Lord knows that I am trying
Insanity...
It's all but superficial near and furthest from sound
But with God...
I think I'm turning things around
What the angels saying?
What I need to work on?
I'm trying to be
There...
Not enough preoccupation with me dying to be scared
So I don't care
But yet I care about the will of God
And His angels that are kneeling before Him
So just give me the Sword
Let me see what I can sink my teeth in
With the Word
Everything begins... and will end soon
Let's repent! Don't want men's doom
You know...

Submitted: Friday, August 08, 2014

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