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Dexsta Ray


Still, I Am Happy


If it wasn't for God...
I couldn't see any further than...
Me
If it wasn't for my failures
Really... where would I be?
Learning
See, if you've kept the faith up to this point
Stay in the race because I'm sure you have
Enough to keep going
I know it...
There ain't a way that you could say any different
Just from judging by my case
Every strain and deliverance
I took a couple of
Losses...
Now, today it is history
Doesn't matter what it costed you
Just your gain from
Experiencing
Living...
We are getting old... time out for enmity
I am happy...
The pinnacle of your life is now
And satan will not steal my
Miracle
I know who I am
Better...
Than I used to be... defined by the Lord
Make your anger so expensive that
No one could afford it
I am thankful for the people in my life
It's important
And delete all negativity and strife
Just ignore
It...
And if you are supporting me... alright
You're supported
I would like us all to make it to the light
And to flourish
True...
Your ambition...
I won't say I want it more than you
See, I'm on a mission
I just want to keep the Lord amused


Inspite of anything and everything
Still...
I am happy
Laughter...
Laughter really is the best antidote

Submitted: Tuesday, May 06, 2014
Edited: Monday, May 12, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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  • Rookie - 913 Points Susan Lacovara (5/6/2014 2:29:00 PM)

    Make your anger so expensive that no one could afford it.....Absolutely an incredible line that I will carry with me from here on in! Glad to have found this gem! PEACE (Report) Reply

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