Dexsta Ray

Gold Star - 11,781 Points [Oluwasgun Chidike] (March 8,1994 -)

Dexsta Ray Poems

201. Fruits And Vegetables 7/22/2015
202. Galatians Five One 12/4/2014
203. Games Are Naught 8/1/2015
204. Gas Cans And Coffee Cups 11/7/2014
205. Get Stronger 11/25/2015
206. Get The Picture (Last Response) 5/19/2014
207. Get Up Off 6/27/2015
208. Go On Satan 7/11/2015
209. God 8/14/2015
210. God And Me Against Them All (Why Me?) 5/26/2015
211. God And Teleology 1/17/2014
212. God And Thermodynamics 1/15/2014
213. God Bless You 1/19/2015
214. God Is Great 3/2/2014
215. God Is In Control 7/11/2014
216. God Is Within Life 7/14/2015
217. God Pays Attention 9/24/2016
218. God Qualifies 10/8/2015
219. God Wouldn'T Know Me 8/24/2014
220. God's Canvas 5/5/2015
221. Gold (To A Pet) 8/4/2015
222. Golden 9/17/2016
223. Gone Was Maria 12/24/2014
224. Goodbye 7/19/2012
225. Grooming But Not Everything 3/16/2017
226. Growth Without Rigidity 7/11/2015
227. Ham 11/24/2015
228. Hang In There 9/15/2015
229. Hanging By A Thread 10/31/2014
230. Happiness 4/1/2015
231. Hark! Sweven Cherry Blossoms 4/2/2014
232. Haters (Quote) 1/31/2014
233. Healing Sickness (In Faith) 3/11/2015
234. Here... Outside 7/10/2014
235. Hittites 7/13/2015
236. Holy Fire 5/14/2016
237. Honor Killings 7/16/2016
238. How I Was Raised 8/1/2015
239. How The Hog Ate The Cabbage 2/7/2014
240. Humbleness Is Underrated 8/31/2016
Best Poem of Dexsta Ray

I Do My Own Thing

Just the other day... a little birdie came
Told me that I had taken a LOSS
I don't have a problem
Losing...
That's the name of it all
Only if you are competing though
The statement was
False...
Because... I do my own thing
I don't compete
There's nobody in the world I am trying to defeat
The only reason why I strive is so I can be free
Being able to provide for my
Wife and my seeds...
I try to be a better me everyday
I want to make a difference
So there's nothing more important than to stay committed
Satan tries to throw distractions but ...

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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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