Aiden Florence

Rookie (Los Angels)

Party Till The End 2010 - Poem by Aiden Florence

Arriving and pimping, memories haunting within
Walking and talking, let the party begin

Whoever's on the microphone let it be known
You're mixing music and voices into an rhetorical cologne
Seven days and dancing in music of songs
Let it ensconce the scars in a life full of wrongs

Effective dimensions
Polar opposite directions
One less bit of discretions
And you're hoping for affections

Something's going wrong
Yet I'm feeling so strong
There's nothing in the moment
Enhancing light to the opponent

Let's just keep battling to the end of the night
When the clock hits midnight our birth fills delight
A new day, a new way
Nothing's causing dismay
Emotion's filling the runway
Let's all just keep it this way

Head up, hands down
We keep dancing, in this town
Shards of memories, come falling down
Washing away your fallen frown

Grooving down, friends are high
Letting off a moan, no more sigh
The party is alive, we say goodbye
Everything's a dive, as we die

The party's over, we're out with it
I've got a hangover, everyone's hit
We ain't sober, no one's gonna admit
We're still gonna drive like we're so legit

Farewell 2010
We partied too much and now we're dead
There's so much more that needed to be said
But we can't now, it's all up to you
To live the life, we couldn't go through

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Comments about Party Till The End 2010 by Aiden Florence

  • (1/24/2010 4:26:00 PM)

    this has you all over it! ! ! !
    its good...i like it...BUTTTTT if we are thinking about it from a 'rap' point of view, which is my area of music, yours is the total opposite.((No offense we already know this)) but rappers dont use BIG words..haha....but then again this is in a poem form as well.....

    i still REALLY like has your deep thought..but rhyming as well.. VERY interesting.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 18, 2010

Poem Edited: Monday, January 18, 2010

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