Let's Fight - Poem by Dexsta Ray
I finally made it through the crowd
Fierce look with a million gazers
I was shocked...
Even followers were spewing flout
But it's time to box
I don't care
Let's see what you about
Moving in the ring...
Pretty soon you will be moving out
But for now
It's just me and the ref
Where the hell is my opponent?
I'm defeating myself?
Take look to your left
That mutant stood firm with the odor of death
He materialized out of the air!
I see a snake tongue with a dragon like head
Three hundred nighty pounds
The announcer was saying
I don't care about the crowd...
They thought I was dead!
And this wouldn't go a round
So that wasn't respect
For me at all
I'd start to wonder should I be involved?
But I'll never retreat
He will have to make me fall
I don't stall...
Let's get this party cracking tonight
I don't care about the looks
Intimidation by size?
Not a factor
He may have some power but I'm faster
If that demon lands a punch
It would only make me madder
No more chatter!
Would you give me the rules?
Tried to steal me...
Came back with a jab then crossed with the right
Stepped left moving under his sight
left hook lands square
Caught it dead in his eye
Tell me why I'd want to go and do that
Flames blazed from his nostrils
I started to panic
Then he jumped up and screamed out something satanic
His eyes turned red and his stomach expanded
Here's a lot more than what I expected
That sucker swung once and then...
I don't think that was fair but it is cool
The next thing I know
I'm in my corner on the stool....
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