Dexsta Ray Poems
|961.||You Tell Me Love Is Knocking||3/16/2015|
|963.||Matthew Fourteen Twenty Eight-Thirty Two||2/19/2015|
|964.||Underground (To Me) // Snapshot||3/21/2015|
|965.||Random Clippings (Poetry Corner)3 -new-||10/30/2019|
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Random Clippings (Poetry Corner)3
"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"
No Room For Judgement
Who are you to judge me for my actions?
Yes I have sinned
But could you name someone who hasn't?
Make no mistakes
Your passing judgment has inflated my hate
And when I say this weight is great
I think my shoulders will break
You should take a look at Romans fourteen
I could never foresee the pain