Lovely Frown - Poem by Diana Euyoque
I look upon the mirror
Look at the stranger I now am
An unspeakable horror
Who has my life damned?
I recoil at the sight
I don't deserve this Kingdom
Who am I to fight?
Their Queen I have become
Here I have all, but friends
They seek what's not theirs
Reaching no ends.
Not enough do they have with their gold chairs
They would love my royal throne
Taking away my crown
Ruthless behaviour they have condoned
Disregarding my Lovely Frown
Alas I still sit here
Smile in place
My people's hopes and fears I hear
Standing tall with my Lovely Frown on face.
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