The song that I chose is called Dear Mama, by Tupac Shakur. It's a song from his album, Me Against the World. This is actually one of the most special, touching, heartfelt songs I've ever came across in life. This song is about the indescribable love that he has for his mother. And even though they had their struggles, she was the one who made sure his needs were met. Tupac Shakur really sets the mood with the way he describes certain events.
In the first verse, for example,
I shed tears with my baby sister, over the years
We was poorer than the other little kids
Those lines really make me feel the sadness and the struggle that I'm sure they went through together.
I would also say that Shakur uses imagery. He gave me the ability to form that mental picture in my head of things that he's obviously experienced in the past.
In the first verse, he says
I reminisce on the stress I caused, it was hell
Huggin' on my mama from a jail cell
That can surely make you picture him and his mother, together in the jail facility.
Then in the second verse, he goes on to say
I moved out and started really hangin'
I needed money of my own, so I started slangin'
I aint guilty, 'cause even though I sell rocks
It feels good to put money in your mailbox
I love payin' rent when the rent is due
I hope you got the diamond necklace that I sent to you
The different devices that he uses are really just amazing, and this song is a perfect example of pure poetry.