The Queen Poem by Tatiana Berdennikova

The Queen

Rating: 5.0

Don't test the Queen, she always wins
Against all odds, despite your whims.
Manipulation, control and abuse
Are no use, you are bound to fail and lose.

The Queen stands strong and proud in storms
Unveiling plots, fake friends and thorns.
Pretence is thrust, exposed and shunned.
Betrayal - purged, condemned and numbed.

She has no doubts, no regrets, no fear.
She is endowed with the insight spear.
She is the Queen and if double-crossed,
She turns the tables; the dice are tossed.

The stakes are high, the game is baneful.
The bets are raised, foes are disdainful.
The truth unravels through covert clouds
Divulging egos obscured in the crowds.

She is the Queen in power and command
Unleashing empyreal forces on her demand
When havoc grows and ice is getting thinner.
She is the Queen, she'll always be the winner!

The Queen
Sylvia Frances Chan 15 September 2023

The QUEEN, profound poem presented, now for me crystal clearly created by the poetess, thank you so much, Tatiana, you made it for me a very inspiring poem now, TFS.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 05 September 2023

Thank you so much having informed me abiout The Queen, metaphorically written, it remains for me a non-provoking poem preciously created. Thank you for your important explanation.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 13 August 2023

TWO: I love to play chess, such an inspiring play. This poem is inspiring too.5 Stars Full and welcome to Poem Hunter In The Netherlands, dear Tatiana. To my Favourites and Thank you for sharing

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Tatiana Berdennikova 31 August 2023

Dear Sylvia, thank you for your profound comments. My poem is metaphorical. It describes the relationship between an empath (the Queen) and a covert narcissist. The Queen will always have a moral and spiritual victory over the manipulative and abusive narcissist.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 13 August 2023

ONE: I know this Queen too, indeed, she always wins, then it's checkmate. In the chess game, the Queen always wins, so absolutely right. From the first lines, I saw at a glance that this is about chess play.

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