ROSE THAT GREW FROM CONCRETE BOOK

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The Rose That Grew from Concrete is a posthumous album based on the poetry/ writings of Tupac The Rose That Grew From Concrete (Book) Tracklist. 1. The Rose That Grew From Concrete by Tupac Shakur - Tupac Shakur's most intimate and honest thoughts were uncovered only after his death with the instant . The Rose That Grew From Concrete by Tupac Shakur.

We felt your anger, so similar to ours. You are an unavoidable realness.

The Rose That Grew From Concrete By Tupac Shakur

Those that don't know, may never know. Those that do know, truly know that Only God Can Judge You! At the Age of 25 By Bobby E.

Fall was well on its way. It began in an ordinary way no different than today. I popped in a CD and let it play.

The Rose That Grew from Concrete

I listened to what you had to say. I slumped back in my couch, resting in a slouch. I absorbed as much as I could and fell into your groove. Time progressed and before long nightfall was coming along.

I could barely see the light But it was holding on with all of it's might. My session was complete, a sample of your inspiration was a treat.

As my stereo fell silent and my crystal ball came to life. That is how it all began, too much for me to understand. An idol to me how could this be? At the age of 25, caught in the middle of genocide.

The Rose That Grew From Concrete

At the age of 25, I assumed it was a homicide. Like many rappers, 2Pac was considered a thug. Indeed, he's made a lot of mistakes. I will not try to justify his behavior. I always got the sense that he was torn between his public life as a gangster rapper and his private life as a serious poet. He liked to read Shakespeare and Machiavelli, he took ballet classes, he appreciated pop music.

And let's not forget his meaningful lyrics.

I think it's time to kill for our women Time to heal our women, be real to our women And if we don't we'll have a race of babies That will hate the ladies that make the babies And since a man can't make one He has no right to tell a woman when and where to create one So will the real men get up?

Pac was a deeply complex person.

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Maybe I'm being overly dramatic. I love to romanticize people. I always do that.

Anyway, this is a great collection of poems. Those that don't know, may never know.

The Rose That Grew From Concrete

Those that do know, truly know that Only God Can Judge You! At the Age of 25 By Bobby E.

Fall was well on its way. It began in an ordinary way no different than today.

I popped in a CD and let it play. I listened to what you had to say. I slumped back in my couch, resting in a slouch. I absorbed as much as I could and fell into your groove. Time progressed and before long nightfall was coming along.

I could barely see the light But it was holding on with all of it's might. My session was complete, a sample of your inspiration was a treat.

As my stereo fell silent and my crystal ball came to life. That is how it all began, too much for me to understand. An idol to me how could this be? At the age of 25, caught in the middle of genocide.

At the age of 25, I assumed it was a homicide. At the age of 25, I too can see through your eyes. At the age of 25, yes, you should still be alive.Recommended to Eva by: I loved this poetry collection.

While he may have been perceived as a rougher man, the love he had for people is very apparent in these poems. Who would have known Tupac was so perfect.

Like many rappers, 2Pac was considered a thug. Wherever he is, I hope Tupac knows the impact his words, art, and spirit still have on the world.

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