For Miriam, An Epigram

Poem By Cynthia BuhainBaello

Strange for Disrespect
To be annoyed
When mirrored in another
How Pride reacts when toyed
And practiced by a brother.

This was written in jest for a lady senator in the Philippines known for her arrogant behavior and temper tantrums, she recently had a dose of her own medicine. Touche!

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