Monday, January 22, 2018

Narcissist Bosses - A Poem by M.N. Hopkins



One cannot go from

Zero to boss overnight

Narcissist bosses

© 2018  M.N. Hopkins

Note:  The inspiration came to me to write this poem after watching a video about the elite who run our world and seeing a news show with high level politicians from several political parties in Sweden and wondering if they could be so stupid to believe the words coming out of their mouths or if they were just liars for a paycheck.   They appear almost like cult members with a gray fog around them. This is always an indication of someone with a mental or emotional illness that results in an inability to see reality or their environment around them clearly.   This also made me think of experiences over the years with whom I call, know nothing,  do nothing bosses with little intelligence, knowledge, social skills, leadership skills, common sense and zero empathy or compassion for their fellow humans.  In these cases, it was all about me playing a part rather than being a boss.

I wrote it in the haiku style of poetry and published it for the first time on my blog today, the 22nd of January 2018.

5 comments:

Mud said...

A mix of willing and unwilling cult members is possibly the best description. A condition of entry to this global cult is paedophilia which is presented in the same way the mafia makes an offer. You can refuse but you won't be around long after doing so. I say mixed as this profession like all power structures are a natural draw for psychopaths who would voluntarily do whatever it takes.

observable pattens
contemporaneous with living
alien reality

Sandra Isdell said...

I'm intrigued. When asked if I would consider a profession in politics (Rhetorical, really) I remember feeling scared and naked at the notion of it. Was that instinct, lack of self confidence or good moral common sense? Hmmm...

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Hello Sandra:

If you are a good compassionate person who really cares for others than it may very well be common sense.


Thanks for your thoughtful comment,
Mike

Magnus said...

I do agree that this is the sad reality today!
People have stopped treating others like they are someone's son or daughter or fellow being for that sake, but slaves that can generate another dollar extra in profit if you squeeze a little harder!

Stranger in a Strange Land said...

Yes, Magnus. Sad but true.


Kindest regards,
Mike