Treasure Island

Dexsta Ray


Shoutout To Valdosta (πολύ αγάπη)


I meant to take a minute to acknowledge
Intrinsic legitimacy fit within
City limits... 
It's existence has BEEN authenticated
Hist! That's a fact... with no fear
Get up here on his back... and if positioned
To win then it's the city's GAIN
The CITY'S praise is not
Mine... the CITY made this happen
The city gave me my SHINE so it
Can take the champion—ship trophies
With the tokens because it's 
Only YOURS...
Everyone of ya'll need to have your own awards
Much love to the realest people I know
For sure... 
See I know they'll come if you need them... 
Not of their own accords
Like they do in some other places...tsk

Shoutout to Valdosta, Ga... I love ya'll

Submitted: Thursday, April 03, 2014
Edited: Thursday, September 04, 2014

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