John Millington

The Social Outcast - Poem by John Millington

A social outcast tormented snd ostracized
The socialites excluded and terrorised
The outcast drew power from his aggrevation
He planned to storm their next celebration

Painfully stringent in his scheme
His lowered status he'd redeem
He heard of their next social event
Prepared himself and off he went

The door opened to their surprise
The outcast stood before their eyes
And with his speech
A lesson he'd teach

'Now Julian you're the social King
Your secret is you cannot sing
I have here an old audition tape
from you your crown will soon be raped'

He tape played, the King's head fell
Silence filled the grand hotel
A snigger, a giggle, a whisper, a snear
He'd lost all the respect he had in here

'Now Holly you're the social Queen
Your secret is you've already been on the big screen'
Out of his bag he pulls a DVD
A naughty case on display, you'll see

As the amateur movie lustfully played
A trampy wannabe was portrayed
As she stormed out of the room
She sensed her impending doom

With their majesties gone outcast looked down
Dusting off the discarded crown
In his moment of bliss
He knows he's worthy of this

As his crowning was seen
Along came his Queen

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 27, 2013

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