Provin nature's laws wrong it learned how to walk without havin feet Funny it seems but, by keepin its dreams It, learned to breathe fresh air Long live the rose that grew from concrete When no one else even cared No one else even cared. Man must continue to work harder with the hope of reaching his goals one day as life goes on. That's not really what he was all about. Tupac uses symbolism concrete symbolizes the ghetto in which he belonged. All the trouble to survive and make good out of the dirty, nasty y'knowhahatImean unbelievable lifestyle they gave me I'm just tryin to make somethin. We would all love it's will to reach the sun. All the trouble to survive and make good out of the dirty, nasty Y'knowhahatimean unbelievable lifestyle they gave me I'm just tryin to make somethin.
Nightmares to humanity and morally disgraced. Analysis: Symbolism: Symbols or symbolism is an artistic expression used in poetry to express mystical ideas, emotions and states of mind. I think its time we killed for our women, be real to our women, try to heal our women, cus if we dont we'll have a race of babies that will hate the ladies, who make the babies. Don't ask me why, thank God nigga, ask me how! I bought this for my daughter, as she is a huge Tupac fan and she absolutely loved, loved, loved it. Did you hear about the rose that grew from a crack in the concrete? This is a beautiful, must have item for any fan.
For the first time in paperback, this collection of deeply personal poetry is a mirror into the legendary artist's enigmatic world and its many contradictions. I wonder why we take from women, why we rape our women, do we hate our women? Don't ask me why, thank God nigga, ask me how! He came out of that? The examples of alliteration in the poem are as follows; 1. Although it seems funny, but by focusing and realizing his dreams, it finally learnt to survive by breathing the fresh air around him. His talent was unbounded -- a raw force that commanded attention and respect. The poet used symbols and other literary devices in conveying his message. Man has to keep his dreams and goals alive in order to survive the harsh realities of life. Today is build on tragedies which no one want's to face.
The poems are beautiful and let you feel Tupac. The poem, The Rose that Grew from the Concrete, is about a rose that grows from a crack in the concrete. All the trouble to survive and make good out of the dirty, nasty Y'knowhahatImean unbelievable lifestyle they gave me I'm just tryin to make somethin. Tupac was extremely poetic and to say he was a deep thinker is truly an understatement. He came out of that? It portrays how man can survive the harsh realities of life by remaining focused to his goals despite the challenges.
In this poem, the rose is the metaphor of the poet himself who was able to come out of the ghetto and make something out of him. He grew out of that? Proving nature's law is wrong it learned to walk with out having feet. He was the best-selling music artist in his time. Well, we are the rose - this is the concrete - and these are My damaged petals. I have a lot of love and a lot of respect for Tupac, and out of honesty to this claim, I have to be honest about this book. Long live the rose that grew from concrete when no one else ever cared.
It is good if you just like poetry as well. Funny it seems, but by keeping it's dreams, it learned to breathe fresh air. Very few of these works are fully developed as he wrote most of them when he was eighteen or nineteen, and I think they can only be appreciated, for the most part, by seeing them in this context. Crack in the concrete 2. Written in his own hand from the time he was nineteen, these seventy-two poems embrace his spirit, his energy -- and his ultimate message of hope.
A rose grew from the concrete?! His death was tragic -- a violent homage to the power of his voice. Hope is also a unique theme portrayed in the poem. The theme of the poem is all about having goals and reaching them in life despite the challenges. There are even some doodles on pages, so it really feels personal. This is one of my all-time favorites to introduce my students to poetry. It's like his journal, and I love that. It also exists as a poetic album released in 2000.
People just think of the rapper, thug type guy. I can't really understand people who like poetry disliking this, because nothing indicates this is professional or spectacular poetry, it just has a lot of heart and soul to it like Tupac itself. Some poems are definitely better than others and there's plenty to chose from at this very cheap price. Perhaps for those who read and share it alike, it will do so much more for and with another young male who like Tupac is full of promise, talents, gifts, and innate spiritual awareness capable of affecting and propelling people in purpose-driven positions instead of hearding them or allowing the 'permissive' hearding of our young males particularly Black and Hispanic- into the acclimation of devaluation, prisons, or graves. Tonight is filled with Rage, violence in the air. In all, the poem is a true reflection of what Tupac, the writer experienced in life.
Did you hear about the rose that grew from a crack in the concrete? Refuting the laws of nature, the rose has learnt how to walk without having feet. Tomorrow I wake with second wind and strong because of pride. The introductory writings by his mother and Nikki Giovanni are very good, but I would warn against approaching this collection as the work of a mature and fully developed artist. But tomorrow I see change, a chance to build a new, build on spirit intent of heart and ideas based on truth. The Rose symbolizes a man while the concrete stands for the ghetto. He grew out of that? He came out of that? The majority of the text seems devoted to love, relationships, etc.