Hey guys, we’re bringing back something original to the Raping Manual community-the rap challenges. These challenges are designed to help you improve every aspect of your rapping, from rhyme schemes to the use of metaphors.

We’re paying attention who puts the work in. For every challenge you attempt, you gain 1 point. Once you gather enough points, you get promoted in the ranks, get a tag and some perks with that. For more information, please refer to the community constitution. Only registered users can earn a rank.


Show everybody how good are you with metaphors.

The Rules

-You’ll get an image, which holds a metaphor/hidden meaning.

-Your objective is to write a couplet/quatrain, which describes the message shown in the picture-any rhyme scheme. This challenges improves your ability to use metaphors as a means of expressions.

Feedback would be given to some entries.

The Image:

money_prisoner

Inspiration Beat:

Just to get it going, play that and you might find writing easier

*For more in-depth tutoring, talk to DemoKing.

Good Luck to Everyone! Feel free to submit your bars in the comments section below.

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  • Lil Timmy
    Reply

    People always talking, but yet I don’t hear them tho,
    Coming at these niggas like Mike at the free throw, line
    Where do we draw it, I’m tired of cops treating us like they really own us/
    Protect and serve serve and protect, blue vs black I hate seeing my brothers going through that/
    Money plotting and they scheming uptown politician seeing, money coming in while we’re over here weepin/
    We can’t have no regrets we did what we did
    We try to provide so we don’t see the end
    Mothers fathers innocent children, being judged by their skin no intellectual viewings
    We’re just judged by the cover they don’t read what’s in it
    I don’t rap, but recently it’s hitting it’s 4:18 on the dot and I’m through with it,
    Why I say that, don’t ask me why just ask yourself
    If I was in their shoes I would’ve killed myself
    Now let’s be real we have president who legit
    He keep it real show his feelings he even throws a fit
    But how the hell we quick to drop bombs out the sky, we can’t even protect our own from the evil guys
    And no I’m not talking overseas Abu Dhabi
    I’m talkin about the cops who swore and act like they forgot it

  • TheInventor
    Reply

    You see modern day slavery, I see dollar signs,/
    You see oppression, I see profits rise,/
    Simple offenses get you penalized and criminalized/
    My plans materialize criminal lives get normalized/

  • Kid Kazarie
    Kid Kazarie
    Reply

    Hard working men intent on revolution,the proletariat home rousting/
    The the rage is boosting, but in a world of hypocrites the government,/
    Is safe at home, the result is insignificant as the cave fills with the tone /
    Of Enlightened drones, carrying debt and anguish that is not their own/

  • Anonymous
    Reply

    We’re putting ourselves in our own prisons/
    Sacrificing life and time just to strive for a better state of living/
    There was once a time when we fought for Freedom or Death/
    Now-a-days it’s changed, we will trade our Freedom for Wealth/

    *i just felt like adding this but above is my submission*

    Now-a-days, we’re slaves, it’ll take from you til nothing is left/
    A shell of yourself, you’d probably selling the shell of yourself/
    -Un-Similar

    • Lord Puente (RM Veteran)
      Lord Puente (RM Veteran)
      Reply

      Vouch, get unsim regs please. He is an older member returning.

  • Lord Puente (RM Veteran)
    Lord Puente (RM Veteran)
    Reply

    When freedom is lost, money is gained, In privatized/
    prison systems, convicts and victims all become same,/
    Xxxxxxxxxxx
    Had a retarded structure at first.

    • Lord Puente (RM Veteran)
      Lord Puente (RM Veteran)
      Reply

      Btw this is about a topic most people don’t even realize is happening. Prison systems have began to become privatized, meaning it’s a business and the business owners intentions are to make money. How is money made? By having their cells filled. This creates a conflict of issue, inmates are targeted in order to turn a profit. Longer sentences are given/punishment for poor behavior is more drastic. Lives are played with for money. In the world of privatized penetentiary systems, the convicts eventually become the victims. Be aware of things kept on the hush. They are most successful when no one is the wiser.

      • Lord Puente (RM Veteran)
        Lord Puente (RM Veteran)
        Reply

        Conflict of interest**

  • Lord Puente (RM Veteran)
    Lord Puente (RM Veteran)
    Reply

    When freedom is lost, money is gained,/
    In privatized prison systems convicts and victims are the same,/

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