Queen of Quite-a-lot

SFoxWriting’s Alphabet Challenge ~ “Q”

Queen of Quite-a-lot, a poem

She commands we serfs
Honor her reign,
Brimming with hubris,
She’s terribly vane.

She flaunts daddy’s cash
But she never shares.
Spending and carousing
Are her only cares.

The value of a fellow
Lies within his wallet.
A meager man’s name?
She wouldn’t recall it.

She buys her friends
Like she buys her shoes.
Deny her a wish
To light her fuse.

She has two for
Every one you’ve got.
She is, after all,
Queen of Quite-a-lot.