"I Light Up My Legit"

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: True Confessions  |  House: Booksie Classic
Poem/rap about writing and other shyznit..

Submitted: October 25, 2011

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Submitted: October 25, 2011

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To be known It's a special thing To not feel alone It's something I could sing with feeling If you write, doesn't it feel so fucking tight to write?! You can float, and write, upon a boat Take a flight, even if it's a redeye at night, there's a light, turn it on to enable your write Don't fight it; Shut your face and write it! What you write, it's aight.. But compared to my shit, your shit's shit to be torn My write shits on your write like German porn After torn and thrown away, use a flamethrower to burn the rest away.. just to be safe....because that write was just way too unreal, and without any feel to it..nay..totally not okay Is it gone yet? Okay, good Just kidding..jeeeez..I'm kidding; So don't flip your shit....when you realize what I spit and shit is more legit..than orgasims achieved from sucking a bitches fishnet covered tit, and rubbing her self-wettened clit Everybody knows that me and my hoes get lit'an'gone from rollin' up the Clinton..and the green Winston   Known from all around, we talk nothin' less than a pound, I've been crowned, by my town, downright.. and upleft with flight taken to height ..the most tight and best write..called king legit for how I've lit this lame-shit into flame-dank-shit  I studied legitology; Now I teach legitics of writtenitics; You know I teach them to reach for the reefer But no dope, coke, ice, and no crank either  Wrote this shit to be read by my foes, hoes, and..who the fuck else knows some other homos?..and also to make critics shitic their trousics  Hahahaa


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