Dexsta Ray Poems
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"My limits, pushing past, but that's normal for me, inordinately, victorious visions, and the platforms, immortalized, and important vibes, average, minions chide, for lack understanding, my hand ain't landed, whoa, who had to long for that, so wholeness can't be known, stole"
"Had the planets on my back, dragged me, patterns, on the asphalt, from the fabrics of my crafts, with my patent, tried to scratch it, scrape it up, to fashion bantam stuff, from angels, but the Savior, stay original, so minuscule, embracements, can't display the same embrace"
A princess, she could never be, specialty, pretty privileges
The devil's preen, what sacrificed my life, without my own awareness
Sabotaging plights, racists origins, plus canonizing strife
To brand the Light as darkness, so my grinds never paid
It's strange, to me, how this arrangement, slain a sheep
Bring so great a heap, ‘cause I ain't choose society to wear
Jewels and piety, despair, truth igniting the peace
Aligned to dreams declared, sneaky tactics that are ever-present