Dexsta Ray


Sky As The Limit


If I'm told I'm doing good I won't believe it
In spite of achievements
I keep a record just to beat it
And when I'm defeated
Those are the times I need the most
Every mistake is what it takes for me to grow
More blessings
I'm on a mission for the next best thing
I honor every person trying to chase a dream
Feel the same as me
Setting goals way out of the box
There's nothing we can't do because we write our own plots
With the sky as the limit
One things for sure
You'll know when you're winning
That moment everybody seems to turn against you
In which case
Why don't you ask them why they feel this way?
And half the time
They won't have a thing to say
Because of the hate
They're envious because they feel like you're great
And they think they can't be the same way
But they're wrong
A way of thinking that I do not condone
Cause if I make it
They could do it all alone

Submitted: Thursday, July 19, 2012

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