The Least Competent

I see in him an impertinence,
retorts at the first instance.
He listens to none,
describes him as excellent.

I record the infirmities
overwhelming in the least competent
They resound with a rashness
speaking out loud and be a bash.

His impudence makes others decline.
He considers as his valour.
A cold stare and a caustic remark
put him back in his place.

The individual diagnosed with psychic defects
remains at the top of the world
least knows he is a maniac
has turned grey thinking grand