Dexsta Ray


Its Okay


Don't think I don't know
Because I've peeped your agony
It had to be
The cause' of this feeling
Grabbing me
And actually
I've been trying to free my face from the tears
But now my fallen soldier is the one who's raised me for years
Now you're in constant pain
Every day
And never complained
Why does it have to be this way?
I could never explain
I couldn't stand to see you in this form of torment
I'd rather it me
The future seems a bit' distorted
Wouldn't know what to do if they had taken you away
I could only stay true
Produce another rhyming phrase
As a way to cope with pain
You'd accept 'nothing less than success'
In distress
You still manage to encourage the best
And even though it's really hardly ever stated
I want you to know
You've always been appreciated
So in an event
If harmony should call your name
To the one peaceful place
Alleviated from the flames
Know that I'll be okay
I'll keep the faith and just sustain
Because then I'll know
You'll no longer feel a thing

Submitted: Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Edited: Thursday, July 19, 2012

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