Dexsta Ray


Still Caught Me


I hug a wall in the darkest alley way
I'm scared like hell
I couldn't tell which way to face
I looked to my left
I heard it coming from the right
I ran so fast and turned a corner sorta tight
And one bright light came up behind
I caught a glimpse
It had two wings
A bow and arrow made of steel
This wasn't my plan
I guess we fear things we don't understand
But still I just can't let it catch me
I'd be less of a man
And while I'm running there's an unexpected stress on my leg
And while I'm trying to see what's wrong
Something flew by my head
I looked for arrows but this thing was shooting plungers
It had to be Cupid
I should be careful where I wander
He must be p*ss*d
I turned a corner and he shot but he missed
I thought he did but my leg had gotten hit
I didn't get away
Evading plungers all day
I don't know what to say
Now I'm stuck and got to pay

Submitted: Thursday, July 19, 2012
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