Dexsta Ray

Satan Is A Hater

Propped up...
Fishing for garbage
So to get into position to start schtick
But there is no business with this...
Just darkness
Satan's never quitting so just get it regardless
My perspective on the issue is radical
Today, if satan's minions bid against you
It's palpable
Mark Thirteen Thirteen is official
Now, grab the
The world will show no mercy on a christian
The acrid truth
For Lucifer had passed his views down to society
Attacking anybody who's enshrouded in piety
You don't have to wrong him
Or fool 'round his...
But the fact that you oppose him brings true animosity
Satan's a hater but he is not a man
He's the kind to throw a stone and try to hide his hand
Unaware... but some of us are his livest fans
It ain't even fair
He is everything I try withstanding
He is not a concept or indefinite
He is just one with some malevolent synergy
He'd tell his demons run! To wherever the
Sinners be
And kill up everyone! Even come where the fearless sleep!
When I say 'kill'... he is killing us spiritually
Live now or on the other side?
This is temporary but the spiritual survives
Winning in the flesh but yet spiritually
Going to hell is next
To expect
When this flesh here
Everybody had to make their own decisions
Either you reject or respect and reflect his
Everybody had to take their own position
So there's no defending
All I want to do is get right and situated with God
That's first on the plate
If I make it or
On earth... it's a waste castigating the scoffs
Only those intimidated are those taking
The shots, let's stay alert!

Submitted: Tuesday, May 06, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, May 06, 2014

Topic of this poem: spiritual

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