First Borns Are Foolish πŸ˜‘

Sometimes,
We behave like we were never born with dignity. As if our status remains similar to that of beggars, associates with flies.
Sometimes, we forsake our royalty to scramble for left overs with dogs when there is a full buffet laid just for us.
Sometimes, we cry over little morsels of bread when under our command are a hundred bakers and tons of wheat.
Sometimes, we compete with flies for rotten meat when there’s enough of animals to slaughter and breed.

Sometimes, we get jealous of our little siblings.
We’re stupid, we are foolish
So foolish that we compete with kids who can’t help themselves on a toilet.
We want to start wearing diapers again just so that the attention can be on us!
How petty!
How petty it is to compete with nobodies when we forget our place.

Don’t include me here, I am a last born.
A small worm not worth of your competition.
And you are a shame to the royalty of the firstborn
Because you have forsaken your place.
One more insult… Get a refill of your brain
Your old one might have ran out.

Published by Mariana Dynasty

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19 thoughts on “First Borns Are Foolish πŸ˜‘

  1. β™‘ As a β€œFirst Born” Parenting My Parents I Totally Agree; it’s Crystal Clear Clarity that Parents Practice with The β€œFirst Born” and Create an ANGRY BULLY!!!

    …♑♑♑…

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  2. As the 8th born of 9. Boy do I a agree. No big words, just watch out for Jay; he’s infatuated with your poetry and so can I.πŸ€”πŸ€«πŸ™πŸ•πŸ’―πŸ‡©πŸ‡΄πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έβ™’οΈ

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