Dexsta Ray

Gold Star - 14,117 Points (March 8,1994 -)

The Hammer 2 - Poem by Dexsta Ray

I reflect to second Timothy three...
A message etched into the destinies
A glimpse of the beast, fulfilled
Spirit? Full filled
Wool ripped from the sheep
Affected homes, schools, possessions
Plead the fifth for the streets
A shallow lesson
Equal addle questions
Misleading adolescents
A battle present
You can see it on the channels, press it
Around regression
Lounge the moves for the next
Just think...
Of how we could progres if people'd do for the rest
Abound regression
Aimed the wretched way
The flames of death engraved
Carress the age
No protection for unless they're saved
And blessings came
Breath and presence of the flesh is praise!
The heavens x the pain!
And press 'cause even death is gain!
I never been too caught up on the false stuff
The Cross is to exalt and debase all that befalls us
So I call crushed!
All of the evil!
Attest, the vision isn't fogged up
The Spirit ain't feeble!
Show me the target and it get discarded
You try to puzzle me
With missing rudders though...
Upping holds I been departed
So you could get regarded
How would you change?
I played it true
A loyal slave of Truth but drowned in your lake
But now regrounded my faith
The shaky souls trying to take me home
There ain't no division in between the being that made a poem
No mention
It's just a way to grow
Everything could top, go fishing, and stop filleting souls
I see the mission of the darkness, very vivid
And I'm sickened
But not of that smoldering dart from the wicked's cards
Fields awakened got me in my heart
Stubborn for the right things
Willing just to be impart
Imperfection at it's finest
Look what Jesus did
Pleading to His highness
For He still considers me His kid
I may be low to the globe
But to He I'm rich
Trying to make a difference in this life so I can leave the mix
Be sober

Topic(s) of this poem: spiritual, truth

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 28, 2016

Poem Edited: Thursday, January 28, 2016

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