Gianni Vespucci

Curtain Call - Poem by Gianni Vespucci

I want to live the rest of my life lavish
Want everybody to know who I am
On the way, rising above the lashes
Everybody knows that I am the man
Smokeout on the balcony, Flicking ashes
I will have all I want, My life's a grand slam
I will make sure everybody knows
Just exactly to where all of this goes

internationally known as Tempest
The Kid, They know I'm the one and only
All the people know me as most modest
While all of those people are living lowly
I'm living the rest of my days the highest
Recognition from people who don't know me
Zips full of loud and cups of everclear
I'll be fine as long as my family's here

People adore my abnormalities
And everything else I brought to this world
Like my lacking of common formalities
And this exotic stuff that I just twirled
Do anything but dodge fatalities
Controversial, Our whole world quarreled
Walking down the streets, Starting a riot
I'll be on top of the world like a bonnet

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Poem Edited: Friday, October 25, 2013

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