Pity on You for a Donkey Like You: A Poem
You sit down to rule like a lion
Learned to bark the moon like a wolf
Pretend to be as witty as chimps
Still the donkey, reveals in you.
No wonder how you've got your chair
Your stupidness indeed put you there
Clinging to people of your kind up there
Who gives you power but will never prosper.
The betrayal you did
Is not a forgotten deed
Someday someone will come
To do the same thing you've done.
One day you'll look back why you did
Such thing to your nearest friend
Who helped your family to regain its strength
Pity on you for a donkey like you.