All Hail

Poem By Heather Z. Hanna

All hail, her Highness!
High and mighty, Highness.
Pious Highness,
With nose in the air.
See how she's changed!
Head held not so high.
Countenance not so formal.
Royal robes at her feet
Exposed.

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