A Play With Words

A Play With Words

A Poem by Aswin R Prasad
"

No perfect meaning.Just a write.

"
When it comes to rhyming they say he's an insane genius,
I don't see him much except when I'm walking around in San Andreas 
He always has so many words that rhyme at his disposal,
He can actually rhyme things that we never thought and dismantle.
It's time for you to pay him homage,
'Cuz his raps are home made, he does it for a low wage
and when he raps there's always carnage.
He never tries to dictate.. he's no dipshit. 
His raps are always diss tapes
and you better know that he always dig tight. 
If you f**k with him or distract
you might end up in his next diss track.
He never ends up in a dysfunction,
F**k this pun, He always goes for destruction.
At this rate he might earn a million,
Now for all of his haters who wanna see him be a beggar,
Better start working to put him in a street and be blur.
'Cuz if he finds you after,
He'll break you like how glass shatters.
After a year or two he might dissipate,
But his legacy will remain as this s**t is fate.



© 2016 Aswin R Prasad



Author's Note

Aswin R Prasad
I believe the thing about finding perfect rhymes puts a limit in the things that you can write about.
This is just a write(you can call it an experiment) that I've done to try and rhyme the most unlikely words together that aren't perfect rhymes. One thing I know about raps is that it's all about breaking up words into syllables and finding words that sound the same. ;)

And this has no content what so ever. So please don't judge me for that.
Leave your reviews on what you think about the words I've rhymed. :)
Thank you.

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I used to do something similar to this. I would write random words and experiment with the way they sounded; then I would try to make a similar-sounding poem that actually made sense. I think doing that really helped me add flow, rhythm, and "color" to my poems, especially the rhyming ones.

Like you, I was influenced by hip hop music and incorperated some rap techniques into my poetry. I always loved the way rap music sounded, how they would mix and mingle words in a way that was just mesmerizing. I always thought that as far as sound was concerned, hip hop was a lot more advanced than traditional poetry, so I would mimic some of my favorite rappers when it came to rhyme, assonance, flow...etc.

But enough about me, as for this poem, I thought it was a good experiment. I'd love to hear you rap it. I can see what you mean in your author's note; not every rhyme needs to be perfect. Sometimes, near rhymes can create the same effect. Bravo.

-William Liston

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Aswin R Prasad

1 Year Ago

Exactly.. I've been doing this since the day I've started writing. I love playing with words. Thank .. read more



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Great first line!
Well done!!

Posted 1 Year Ago


Excellent flow to this and this line "and when he raps there's always carnage." gives the poem stamina in so many ways...superb conviction :)

Posted 1 Year Ago


"He'll break you like how glass shatters.
After a year or two he might dissipate,
But his legacy will remain as this s**t is fate."

these are some incredibly amazing lines! wonderful write!
keep writing :D

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Aswin R Prasad

1 Year Ago

Thank you :)
you are the rhyme king my friend !!
very beautifully written

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

zunie frost

1 Year Ago

Why ? You rhyme everything beautifully
Aswin R Prasad

1 Year Ago

Glad you think so :)
zunie frost

1 Year Ago

Welcome !!
Read my poem "what i believe"
You will know what i mean .
sounds like trouble brewing in this write

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Aswin R Prasad

1 Year Ago

Haha.. thanks for the review.
I used to do something similar to this. I would write random words and experiment with the way they sounded; then I would try to make a similar-sounding poem that actually made sense. I think doing that really helped me add flow, rhythm, and "color" to my poems, especially the rhyming ones.

Like you, I was influenced by hip hop music and incorperated some rap techniques into my poetry. I always loved the way rap music sounded, how they would mix and mingle words in a way that was just mesmerizing. I always thought that as far as sound was concerned, hip hop was a lot more advanced than traditional poetry, so I would mimic some of my favorite rappers when it came to rhyme, assonance, flow...etc.

But enough about me, as for this poem, I thought it was a good experiment. I'd love to hear you rap it. I can see what you mean in your author's note; not every rhyme needs to be perfect. Sometimes, near rhymes can create the same effect. Bravo.

-William Liston

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Aswin R Prasad

1 Year Ago

Exactly.. I've been doing this since the day I've started writing. I love playing with words. Thank .. read more
In a way this is playful with words, but kind of dark. I don't know if that was the intention, but it made the whole poem so interesting!

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Aswin R Prasad

1 Year Ago

The only intention was to rhyme words that people never would have thought of rhyming. But I certain.. read more

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Aswin R Prasad
Aswin R Prasad

Payyanur, Kannur, India



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