Dexsta Ray


Nightmare Pt 4


And now the squadron feared that was just
The beginning...
I don't even want to hear it!
That wasn't a friendly!
It couldn't have been...
Or else they would've tried to help us in!
But...
The label on the chopper was the same
As on these fits
Robby said...
They tried to make the pieces here connect
But if you don't have them all
You will struggle with the
Rest...
Aimlessly!
Commander Black can let his eighty breath
With his bullets running down
But his rage is running
Free!
Come with me!
Call squadron eight-two for regrouping
Radio the helecopters sending
Evac profusely
That's commander Black's instruction
They needed a new scheme
To get the bodies out before tonight let's get
Moving!
Then Riley got a call on that
Radio frequency
It wasn't all that but good enough to hear people speak
It sounded all bad over there
Like feverishly...
You could hear the person's voice sounding frantic and seem restive
The words 'Look Alive' came clear through though
Then everything was silent over there...
Who knows?
That should tell you we don't know unless we're close to folks
Does what you hear control your mind and what road you go?
Ain't no telling what you'll find...
Today we've lost enough soldiers
Said Robby...
Hey look! I see-
They're just poachers who are probably
Trying to find what to eat.....

Submitted: Sunday, March 02, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 03, 2014

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