Poem of the Week: Elitists

Happy Holidays, readers!

I’ve decided to come up here a little early tonight before I get ready for a little trip to visit my grandparents tomorrow to post this week’s “Poem of the Week,” which I dedicate to anyone who’s ever had to put up with the arrogance of the commonplace know-it-all. That being said, here’s the Roundabout poem entitled Elitists. Enjoy!


December 9, 2013

Annoyingly egomaniacal,
Thinking they know everything
And that they’ve the right
To stir up a fight
Whenever they dislike something…

And Heaven forbid one say anything—
Even if he or she’s right—
To stand up to the crowd,
For crying out loud,
For he or she’s in for a fight.

So set in their ways, all day and night,
And selfish, for crying out loud,
Thinking they’ve the most pull,
Which is clearly bull,
But they’ll never care, they’re so proud.

I just get fed up with this kind of crowd
And wish they could all be culled,
For oh, how their sting
Must be affecting
The real fans. Really, what bull!


That should do it for this week. Thank you all once again for stopping by, and I promise you all next week for December 22, I will have a Christmas poem ready for the upcoming holiday. Until then, thanks for your support, and please be sure to visit my author pages at Smashwords.com, Amazon.com, and Amazon.co.uk to see what I have available for purchase. In the meantime, as always, happy reading!

Dustin M. Weber


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