Wow! Pansy is a little cretin, isn't she? :)
I would like to commend you for striving into the field of rap, of all the most difficult things (at least, for me)! You captured it so well! I could imagine Pansy in some backwards cap and chains and jeans and a jacket, rapping it up and putting some dance moves to it!
All I can say is, I hope Pansy changed her mind after the war! :)
Great job! I have found myself rather enjoying this music rap poems, and yours was no exception! Wonderful.
I don't know the original so I can't really compare them, but I did have a lot of fun reading this. :D You said you wanted it to be ridiculous and mean; you have achieved that, don't worry! I can actually kind of imagine the real Pansy singing it, judging by the insults. Well done!
Can't believe you don;t have any reviews for this because it's a fun poem that made me giggle a lot when I read it in Poetry Anyone. You really managed to catch the rhythm and beat of the original rap and you also managed to excapsulate the very b1tchiness of Pansy withing the rap.
Conjure up a bridge and get over it I’m much better than you! I think that's my favourite set of lines - ha ha ha. BTW, when I was writing my rap, I kept reading/singing it in an American accent (I'm British), did you? Of course, if you're American then that makes no sense - heh heh. Well done. ~Carole~