Dexsta Ray

Gold Star - 14,261 Points (March 8,1994 -)

Blacklisted - Poem by Dexsta Ray

Oh, no, nooo
Don't you see?
It was easy
He thought...
To live in sin then just submit it to the beast
Who would guess that speaking truth would cause enrobing
Of the lowliest
To stand could grind another down to the chalk
They misrepresented
Say, the nets exist
A traitor through portrayal
Take a walk as if you're free
But impressioned by the
Named betrayal...
Elusive strings and polyphagain cohorts
It did remind him of that saint that spent his days in contort
Or information
Lots of falsehood
Options? Don't exist
Though she saw her coworkers but they promptly would dismiss

What to do?
If you're copiously resented by the powers with a voice
Population won't forget
With a pretty cover tossed over truth
The costs are doubled
Hidden puzzles
And all that you knew
Is twisted up and switched
And presented to the public like religious polls
Conjured fiction
Caught on your shoe
Presented like the truth
Fix it up like he's a menance
So no one would talk to you
The wicked mission
But to take a spirit view
It gets deep
Where intelligence and higher ups
The government could do it
So can regular men
The liars rush
By the jealous tacticians
Mass survellience
Through informal sad gimmicks
They were strong
I send my own love to the mismatched
Cause many probably make it but it's hard to come out intact
And I know it
That's the reason why I get glass
I guess once you're restored it doesn't matter if it chipped bad
By the Lord
Who can see the truth and free the nude
His love is what support us
In the battle
For His will passes

Love to all those targeted and
Falsely 'blacklisted'
By various levels of society
And innocents conspired against
Just a couple of words of understanding

I get it... I can feel where you are...


Topic(s) of this poem: truth, society

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 9, 2016

Poem Edited: Monday, April 2, 2018

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