Dexsta Ray


No Matter What They Think


Empty handed
Such embezzlement...
No bells no whistles no embellishment
Don't dwell on issues that we'll never fix
Mortified integrity
Sophistry is evident
Oy...
I need another way to make a dollar
Find a trade and try to double what I make tomorrow
I have a daughter and I want another place for mama
Jealousy does nothing for you
Only causes hate and sorrow
Factually...
Only prayer can take away a problem
Loyal are the few and far between
To rip apart the dream of a person who avoided the drama
I believe ascendancy is hard to see
And...
I try to be another shoulder but I guess I'm a target
No matter what they think
I'll be successful regardless
I think about the pain...
The oppression and darkness
I remember where I came from
That's where I started
Not where I'm going...
The road isn't easy and I know it
And just because you struggle doesn't mean you have to show it
Still growing...
From behind the eightball to a better day
Never ever break
Don't trip if there's a better way

Submitted: Thursday, October 03, 2013
Edited: Saturday, October 05, 2013

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