There was a girl,
Born with the world In her hands,
but she didn’t share
No she couldn’t care.
And this prodigious girl
Knew from the start,
Blessed with beauty and brains,
she was Destined for fortune and fame.
The girl knew she was destined
To lead us poor souls, restless
To make it to the top
It was her birthright, of course.
Who else would take the reins,
The rest were all too plain.
“The mortals should be honoured
To have me as their ‘mother’.”
However, some were not convinced,
And she determined them to be minced.
She demanded their respect.
How dare they object?
So she sent out a message,
To all the non believers,
And this is is the response
Of one such receiver:
I got a message the other day
From someone with too much to say
Told me I should make them my leader
And who am I? A bottom feeder?
Oh my dear sweet innocent ‘leader’
Let me tell you why I’m not a believer.
Why should I stand by you?
Became you tell me to?
My leader won’t ask for my respect.
That’s something for me to accept
Don’t try to buy my reverence,
It is not your defence.
There are many that proclaim,
“You are not worthy of such fame.
Entitlement is not an accomplishment,
With nothing to your name, you’ll repent.”
So my dear sweet child,
The world is rarely so mild.
Be ready for a rebellion,
For we, the followers, will be jubilant.