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T-Wreckx-n-Effect

Rap-inspired poem for Poemosaurus Rex Challenge

By Paul StewartPublished 29 days ago 1 min read
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T-Wreckx-n-Effect
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Yo, I'm mother effing Tyrannosaurus Rex

Just look at my sexy green scaly pecs

The Laramidian mighty predator apex

Tho' I got tiny brains, tiny hands

when I march through my lands

No ankylosaur or ceratopsian stands

They say I was the greatest

They say I was the toughest

Steppin' to me, prepare for the ruckus

So, keep your cup of water

close to your son and daughter

Follow Dr. Alan Grant, the miser

Watch your step, buddy

'fore things get bloody

I'll bite you down to size and they'll call you stubby

Listen, pal, don't take this the wrong way

I may be dead, buried, fossilised, okay?

But my mere image gives you chills, okay

Even with this lazy rhyme, I'm doing okay

Instead of coming at me, with your yappin’

Its backwards you oughta be swiftly steppin’

or your tasty fleshy body I'll be poppin’!

So, your position at my feet, please assume

as John Williams plays my kingly theme tune

And prepare to meet your untimely grisly doom

T to the R e x

Tyrannical s e x

On two legs, I wreckx

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Thanks for reading!

Author's Notes: Fun ditty that came to me rather quickly - based on old-school rap and the big one T-Rex!

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About the Creator

Paul Stewart

Scottish-Italian poet/writer from Glasgow.

Overflowing in English language torture and word abuse.

"Every man has a sane spot somewhere" R.L Stevenson

The Accidental Poet - Poetry Collection is now available!

https://paulspoeticprints.etsy.com

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  • Alyssa Nicole14 days ago

    I just came across this and it gave me a good laugh! Great job, Paul! It reminds me of the "Raptor Rap" scene in Mrs. Doubtfire when Robin Williams raps about dinosaurs 😂 I love it!

  • Belle25 days ago

    So playful! I love this take on the challenge!!

  • Grz Colm26 days ago

    I love this. Too funny! I was so happy John Williams and Alan were referenced! 😂👏

  • Hahahahahhahahaha this had me laughing so much! Loved this! 🍩🥐

  • Joe Patterson29 days ago

    Yo I wrote mines as a rap too. 🤣🤣🤣Looks like it’s competition on deck, great bars.

  • This was amazing. The first line opens so hard and the rest moves perfectly to its beat. Great job!

  • Donna Fox (HKB)29 days ago

    Paul this was fantastic!!! I love the old school feel of this!! Them Dinos be stompin' cause that beat was poppin'!!!!! 😅 Great work as always my friend!!

  • John Cox29 days ago

    Freakin’ brilliant, Paul. Top story stuff, for sure!

  • Hannah Moore29 days ago

    Sexy green scaly pecs. Brilliant.

  • Andrea Corwin 29 days ago

    Fabulous!! What if… Jurassic Park becomes real? They found DNA in amber …. I think it would be cool - but humans would call out the big guns like for Godzilla and The Day the Earth Stood Still (original movie is still better!!) ❣️❣️Loved it!

  • Katarzyna Popiel29 days ago

    A rapper dinosaur, how lovely! I can definitely see him in baggy trousers and a rapper's cap, swaying with a mic in his tiny hand!

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