Dexsta Ray

Gold Star - 12,864 Points [Oluwasgun Chidike] (March 8,1994 -)

Dexsta Ray Poems

761. The Bully 6/14/2013
762. Screaming Stop The Violence 7/18/2012
763. Reach Out And Grab It 10/4/2012
764. Art Of War 10/17/2012
765. It All Makes Sense (To Me) 3/31/2014
766. Society's A Joke 5/2/2014
767. Follow God 'Cause I Ain'T Perfect 2/3/2015
768. Satan Is A Liar 1/21/2015
769. You Can Make It 2/23/2015
770. Shadowless 2/19/2015
771. I Forgot To Mention 3/12/2015
772. You Tell Me Love Is Knocking 3/16/2015
773. I Ain'T Trying To Kick It 3/19/2015
774. Prehipoic 3/11/2015
775. Rather Not Be Heartless 1/14/2015
776. I Saw Her Painting Something 4/8/2014
777. I Believe In You All 1/30/2014
778. Abominable 8/19/2013
779. Matthew Fourteen Twenty Eight-Thirty Two 2/19/2015
780. Underground (To Me) // Snapshot 3/21/2015
781. Why They Hate You And Don'T Know You 11/11/2014
782. This Is Who I Am 1/5/2015
783. As I Look Around (Honestly) 10/16/2014
784. Conundrum 11/5/2014
785. Space 7/1/2015
786. Because We Are Lost 5/9/2013
787. The Missing Years 8/12/2016
788. Tomorrow Is The Sabbath 7/3/2015
789. Praise You! 9/18/2016
790. I Miss You 10/24/2015
791. God Qualifies 10/8/2015
792. Blade Of Grass... Not Glass 8/7/2015
793. The Blade's Abyss 3/14/2015
794. Such Cacography 1/8/2015
795. Turmeric Chicken Wings 4/11/2015
796. Psalm Ninety Five Eight—nine 5/23/2014
Best Poem of Dexsta Ray

Psalm Ninety Five Eight—nine

Give praise to our Holy Father
He gave His only son to die for our sins
Stay brave hold no focus on tomorrow
Accept the Lord for our lives to begin

Now...

Don't allow the heart to be hardened
If you started turning
Cold...
It's gone... living soul discarded
Oh departed!
Darkening views and...
Understanding
For this is just a part of it too
You could see it clearly
Damage...
With this generation... opening doors
Interloping roles and closed out
The Lord
We don't see it though
All we ever heed and quote is swearing and ...

Read the full of Psalm Ninety Five Eight—nine

Dedicated To Her

Close your eyes and try to picture
A women with dreams
So full of pride but so passionate
Or so had it seemed
Beneath the bling that she kept
Was a scream for help
And memories that would bring on the grief she felt
But if she ever told a soul
She would break the 'rules'

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