Dexsta Ray

Gold Star - 14,415 Points (March 8,1994 -)

The Blade's Abyss - Poem by Dexsta Ray

Altruism ain't an option
Watch the prophecies develop properly
Acknowledge the allotment
Changes? Probably
The rudest truths
Break the clock and heat the smoothest soup
Talking isms made concoction
Maybe drop the rope
Say we have a lot to know
See ain't leaving nothing else
Not really
Change forgot the soap
Self-gratification left our steps adamant
Yep... every heart felt wept
And that of a nation
Ain't to grow and only start hell
And that's of every flower
No sparks, shells
Ail sells
And at the engaging
Broken words observed
In stock
Bad waves
But paying attention to the curse and turn the clock half ways
The hat has been relinquished
Mad at the abandonment of several verses in Ephesians
Even at my own lack of heeding
So back to reading
I ain't trying to see wrong
I ain't try to decieving
Jesus speaks to people while they sleeping
It's better dreaming
'Cause when awoke
Even in your face you'll never see it
I ain't been the best at vision
A confession
Tacticians tack petitions testing lasting black missions
Bad conditions...
Saw extensions of the media in visiting a social age
For it's strange how some things don't make it on the page!
World news today
And honestly
The only thing to do is pray
We can't go around seeking peace with hate
Ain't hard to get up out of shape
Dissipating ain't consistent with sufficiency of grace
That He's given each
The gates
And the keys
Amazing theme
Wearing black uniforms
They show
The staying free
Flash grenades and heart to raise for people in the struggle
From the knowing personally of being through every puddle!
You ain't always had the boots to keep the rain from getting through
Staying on the road of knowledge ain't the same as getting food
Doing what is mandatory
Over everything
But God
Because, without Him, we won't even have the things we got

Topic(s) of this poem: poetic expression, truth

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 14, 2015

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