Dexsta Ray

Society's A Joke Poem by Dexsta Ray

Now... I've heard it all
I look at what society
Still it doesn't add up... appalled
I don't understand
So, I went back for a better
I don't understand your
So, I'm taking notes
Sitting in the chair with a mirror right there
And Society's in front... oh
The picture is
What do you see?
'That is fake! ' screamed Society
And just let me get this straight... that's no way defining me!
It added...
Flabergasted... I just walked out the room
There's no need to even ask about the views
Society's a fool
Look at everything in perspective
Society is on satan's level
I would NEVER ever bow down
Or try to kiss up
To Lucifer
Truth is... I can't even front
Society is trying to make me into something I ain't
Satan's still trying to make me
Give it up to this day
This Society will step on you and throw you in trash
Then get mad when you finally dig a hole in the bag
When you say forget about it
You are fake
Man... society's a joke

Society is so full of
If you would hold a mirror up
It will call it's reflection fake
While boasting to you
About it's authenticity
At the same time

Society's a joke

Submitted: Friday, May 02, 2014
Edited: Friday, May 02, 2014

Topic of this poem: society

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