Bri Mar


'' Even They Can't Defy '' - Poem by Bri Mar

A major gaffe,
I had to laugh,
The whole thing was a bloody farce,
The stories then went off the graph,
A celebrity had fell on her arse.

Millions for a jet,
A pampered pet,
They think nothing of putting us down,
These people from us take all they can get,
Their behaviour brings on a frown.

They tell blatant lies,
The truth they despise,
That’s why they hide all they are earning,
If asked to pay tax you’ll hear their cries,
For fiddling they have a yearning.

They feel no shame,
They’re never to blame,
To them we are nothing but plebs,
Their fraud ridden lives you mustn’t defame,
Or you’ll get caught in their lawyers webs.

We refuse to discuss,
What’s all the fuss?
For you our paymasters we say, who cares,
In truth they don’t give a damn about us,
They’d prefer it if we remained downstairs.

Having all that money,
Doesn’t make your life sunny,
There’s a limit to what you can buy,
Despite all their riches I do find it funny,
The passage of time,

‘’ Even They Can’t Defy ‘’

Topic(s) of this poem: celebrity


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Never be overawed by so called celebrities, the reason they are where they are is down to you, never forget that.

Comments about '' Even They Can't Defy '' by Bri Mar

  • Paul Sebastian (12/14/2015 10:09:00 AM)


    Beautiful reflection on the meaning of meaningful life. You have rhymed the verses well, as usual.
    With all the fame, riches and all....only for a short time they live. They cannot live in the hearts of people around them.
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  • Dutendra Chamling (12/11/2015 2:53:00 AM)


    Beautiful Poem........................................! Thanks for sharing. (Report) Reply

  • Dutendra Chamling (12/11/2015 2:52:00 AM)


    Beautiful poem........................................! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 11, 2015



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