Dexsta Ray

Sheep In Wolf's Clothing

The lightened silhouette
Kites... masked by society's darkness
Biting scars from past years
As sight enlarged
Tire marks start... it crashed here
Smell the
No, and see, those clothes belong to broken souls
Poke a hole and see
Look to see the light!
Oh... so the thing is wolves roll out on instinct
And so do sheep
They don't need to know to be in sync
Something infiltrated the base and made the station hectic
Finally, the sheep would connect it
Only they protect it
Should they let the oppressor drain all the best of things?
So that less remains where nothing's gained?
I'm hoping not...
Infection spreaded rampant and ran unto the captains
Evil thinking...
Planning backwards to save
And I mean the sheep
I don't talk of facades in detrimental ways...
I'm just saying we are phased
By these crazy days
Place in juxtaposition the thesis with itself
Just a way to try getting help
And ain't really wolves
But who really are of compassion, and it's great
But satan saw it and started laughing
So they changed...
Spent oodles and some oodles of character
For a wolf suit
More than just because it look cool
The combined aggression
But you couldn't blame anybody because the pressure's serious
Stay with God or be fooled? Father bless the hearers
And forgive us too
Yea, I've fallen a couple of times while I was trying to go my
Own way...
That's the wrong way
Father take the sheep of the Shepherd and show them where to go
Hold close and give them no space

Submitted: Sunday, July 20, 2014
Edited: Monday, July 21, 2014

Topic of this poem: truth


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