Dexsta Ray Jr.
Rock Bottom - Poem by Dexsta Ray Jr.
When you hit rock bottom no one's there
Going through a struggle
At times it seem like no one cares
They seem to forget
When the tables turn they lean me quick
And if I didn't have compassion
My reaction'd be sick
And with a smug grin
Shrug then tell me to split
And can't admit the hard times we were helping them with
Now I sit and say a silent prayer today
Take the evil people in my life away
See you in another place
Everything they did had came right back
To try and pull a person down
I wouldn't change like that
This is straight up fact
I can't believe they left me hanging though
What should you do when family become the strangers yo
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