Way up high on the seventeenth floor lived a selfish young princess dressed in Dior.
“My nail is chipped and my hair is a mess.”Where is that maid, I need to get dressed!”
“Bring me my dog, now take him to pee. Run me a bath and bring me my tea!”
She clamored and bellowed, bullied and such that her maid up and quit, she’d had just too much.
Now alone and frightened on the seventeenth floor, there came a knock on the Princess’s door.
Not sure what to do without hired help, the knocking kept knocking, her little dog yelped.
Knocking and yelping the neighbors could hear, so they called the cops and one was quite near.
“I think she’s in danger, I think she is dead” “I really don’t care” one neighbor said.
So the cop took the stairs to the seventeenth floor, stopping in front of the Princess’s door.
And there in plain sight was the Princess’s maid, knocking because she forgot to get paid.
“Why did you quit? What did she do?” asked the cop of the maid who was stomping her shoe.
“She’s a witch and a tyrant, a bully that’s why…she never says thank you, I really do try.”
“I come when she beckons which often than not. Wash all her undies and hankies with snot.”
“I am a person and she treats me so bad, I’ve just had enough and I really got mad.”
“I see, said the cop as he saw the door crack. She treated you badly so you’re not coming back.”
“Aye, a please and a thank you never received, I totally get it, your thoroughly peeved.”
Now a light went on in the Princess’s head, nobody liked her, some wanted her dead.
Was she a bully as the maid had proclaimed? “Oh my, I am selfish and totally ashamed!”
So she opened the door and let the cop in, offered him tea, admitted her sins.
The maid got a raise and a miracle you see, she even took the dog out to pee.
She cleaned up her act and acquired some class, became a lady and not a spoiled ass
So the moral is as morals go, be ye a princess or be ye a maid, the fact of the matter you never can trade
For kindness and class goes hand in hand, spreading good will throughout the whole land.
By: Cindi Walton 2014