Dexsta Ray

Gold Star - 12,888 Points (March 8,1994 -)

Petals In The Name - Poem by Dexsta Ray

Ah, eternity, I go enrobed in righteous linens
Though a hole or two
The soles of shoes, broken
Liking pennies
Finding…
A letter untold…
The light in the grovels
And only time is of progression in the blindness of bottles
And floating, that
Open hope, coast along the rolling oceans
Lookatthat!
The sailor's spoken, O, I'm sad to be a failure
Hooking
Back
In hooded jackets, froze
A sorry for bothering, as aligning to the labels as a
Following father, or dad, child misaligned
Tiles, looking through the
Blinds…
A different sight familiar, the kind of wrecked
I forget, time of hex
Minor tests
Find unrest and grow above, I ain't even message you
You come for me, and plan to get me
Bugged
I ain't chasing things, up under earth
Much love to my comrades, in the third heaven
Undisturbed presence
Focused on the
Birds
Over head, got the nerves to hear it, a lot of urns
Smoke regrets, holding on the lessons
Which, in turn, expose blessings
Hold and own whoever you want to, mixed signals
Twist riddles, get scribbled on
Enrobed in something
Else…
There's a beauty in my mind's eyes, and it ain't Cupid
Told that nuisance to be gone, bye, for I
Am of the heavens, that
Professions, isn't necessary, guess it's scary
Transcending old tradition, known
To ditch it…
All growing souls, enrobed in the Light, don't mention
Let the Father, hope, supply that
I used to turn the time
Back
But I learned to fly past, if there's any lines
I resign the clutter
Trying math

Topic(s) of this poem: abstract


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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 30, 2015



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