Dexsta Ray

Gold Star - 13,647 Points (March 8,1994 -)

Nothing Of Something (Can't Forget) - Poem by Dexsta Ray

They saw a broke young brother and
Tried to help me out…
I could never forget, dwelling in the flout
Ever
Got my measurements
Honest, I could never see it
Sound are the wanderers
Care free…
I'm some of this
Deep into the jungles
Despair breeds
Like weeds
But ripped out from under them
Bare seeds, you got to get
Take root where the wind goes
Probably not where intend though
View him on the sidewalk
Maybe with a sign
Brought
Conversations, some truths, like doctrine
Only light
Locked in dropped ends
The top ones
Are lowly
See, they know me
That's crazy
I'll sit right where I fit in at
Where the tents are stationed
Where my friends at
This track
Flash lights at night
That's right
Living life in a big bag, the mix stacks character
Smite the gist of scavenger
No matter how
True
For, with a home, things are different
But a human's still a human
Ain't an scheming pillage, day to day
Feed acumen, need to eat,
Feast on wisdom
For a meal, instead of all the gluten
Come, come, and talk to
The willing
Meet a humble soul, but be carful, some are genuine
But some are cold
I was, watching, then it got me
The constants
Of money gone, that's okay, because when gold came
It taught us something stone
What is mend unless you've
Known break?
Another's own way, misconstrued with vanity
Finally learned their own fate
We don't know the
Canopy
Maybe, it's the wrong 'scape, unloading in the wrong way
But something will explode, ay
Last or first
Stash a box in the spirit
Rocks and riches
Precious jewels you can't stuff in a duffle
Or touch with fingers
For I do appreciate the
Same
Earned, or something, given

Topic(s) of this poem: hope, poverty


Comments about Nothing Of Something (Can't Forget) by Dexsta Ray

  • Mohammed Asim Nehal (10/27/2015 1:07:00 PM)


    Nice poem
    Precious jewels you can't stuff in a duffle
    Or touch with fingers
    For I do appreciate the
    Same
    Earned, or something, given
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Poem Edited: Tuesday, October 27, 2015


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