Obsequious as Pavlovian Lapdogs

Obsequious as Pavlovian Lapdogs

A Poem by Max Meunier

inspired by a horrific experience

petulant plebians pandering prose
spawned out of spite from depictions composed
of pithless and petty ploys poised to appease
a princess of poisonous pedantry peeved
with patrons plucked patiently tempered by pique
their person purloined spurred by spurious speech
supinely complying simplistic and meek
pliable pupils impaired by deceit
obsequious as pavlovian lapdogs
a precedent of appalling demagogue
imparting dispatch surreptitiously reaped
to pose such a perfect impression oblique
to passively present through public dispose
promotion of disreputable depose
to please their despot’s pathetic importunes
perilous plots born of perceived impugn
sparing none, for all are prone as her pawns
through solipsist eyes of contempt and despond

© 2016 Max Meunier

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Tags: max meunier, poetry, rhyme, narcissism, manipulation, alliteration, gullible, fools, triangulation, defamation, petulance