Justin Gildow

Veteran Poet - 1,329 Points (3-26-81 / Washington, PA)

Gaston And Pierre Crash The Empress's Party - Poem by Justin Gildow

The empress reigns over her party
and her
They worship the ground she walks on
The lucky guys want a chance with her
They want to kiss her
Or kiss her feet

The empress cuts those down
Who she thinks and believes aren't up
to her standards
She has to have her way
She wants that
Every minute of every day

Gaston and Pierre have traveled for miles
They want to hit it rich tonight
Or just drive everyone insane this night
That's their plan

So Gaston and Pierre throw open the doors
And stroll right in

As they mingle about the crowd
Gaston and Pierre bicker and argue amongst
themselves
While the elegant and ugly inside girls
look all around with weary patience
The ladies down their shirley temples
Trying to take their minds off of things
And doing their best to ignore Gaston and
Pierre

The empress notices Gaston and Pierre
She leaves her throne
Marches up to them
And screams at them

Gaston and Pierre have no idea why she's
screaming at them
Yet the night is halfway over
And this caper that the 2 of them have
conjured up has been a failure

Gaston and Pierre start to argue with
each other again
With Gaston blaming Pierre
And Pierre driving Gaston insane

The bickering and arguing between Gaston
and Pierre drives the empress's guests
and loyal followers crazy
And they make their way for the door
For the exit

The empress has had it with Gaston and
Pierre
Claiming that they have ruined her party
And her social status
Yet all her screaming and complaints fall
on deaf ears and silence
As Gaston and Pierre continue to bicker
and argue

The empress marches out into the night
in anger
While Gaston and Pierre continue to
argue
And there's no sign that shows that
their arguing will end
At least for tonight at least

Topic(s) of this poem: comedy


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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 13, 2015



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