Francis Duggan

Francis Duggan Poems

1. The Timid And The Brave 12/19/2007
2. Makarora 12/19/2007
3. Old Stan 12/19/2007
4. The Loves Of Rosita 12/19/2007
5. Return Of The Redwings 12/19/2007
6. The Street Girls Of St Kilda 12/19/2007
7. We Act As If We Are Important 12/19/2007
8. Those Grand Old Balladeers 12/19/2007
9. The Woman Who Loved Roses 12/20/2007
10. Shouting At The Trees 12/20/2007
11. Pete The Raggy 12/20/2007
12. Stan Whose Wife Left Him For A Woman 12/20/2007
13. The Fields Of Claraghatlea North 12/20/2007
14. There Isn'T Any Doggerel There 12/20/2007
15. Without Losers There Wouldn'T Be Winners 12/20/2007
16. The Bells Of Old St Davids 12/20/2007
17. The Singing Lady 12/20/2007
18. A Tolerant Society 12/21/2007
19. Gay Pigs 12/24/2007
20. Billy Of One Hand 12/24/2007
21. Another Dead Wombat 12/24/2007
22. Goldfish 12/24/2007
23. A Bunch Of Flowers 12/25/2007
24. There In The Gray Of The Morning 12/25/2007
25. I See Myself As A Judgemental Person 12/25/2007
26. Darren 12/25/2007
27. Joseph Louis Barrow 12/25/2007
28. The Free Range Sow 12/25/2007
29. Nowhere Town 12/25/2007
30. The Old Doubting Thomas 12/25/2007
31. Good On You Mr Reaper 12/25/2007
32. The Gift Of Compassion 12/25/2007
33. In The Age Of Botox 12/25/2007
34. Doing Their Own Thing 12/26/2007
35. They Judge You Better 12/26/2007
36. Our Search Is For True Happiness 12/26/2007
37. Through The Eyes Of Erica 12/26/2007
38. The Old Miners Of Wonthaggi 12/27/2007
39. The Jogger 12/27/2007
40. 'Oh' Bar Tender 12/27/2007
Best Poem of Francis Duggan

Racism Is Around Me Everywhere

Of human ignorance I am almost in despair
For racism is around me everywhere
But like they say sheer ignorance is bliss
Just like Judas betrayed Jesus with a kiss.

Some people carry their honour in a flag
And of their Nationality they brag
They feel superior and they differentiate
And against those who are different they discriminate.

So many people still judged by their race
For such there never ought to be a place
'A fair go' those untruthful words I do recall
There is no such a thing as a 'fair go for all'.

Though we live in a so called ...

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Time That Rusts Iron

Time that rusts iron has left me balding and gray
And physically i have known a far better day
But i hope for to live for as long as i can
And die in my sleep without pain as a very old man
In Claraghatlea in Millstreet my journey in life began
And there i did enjoy my youthful elan
But the lust of the wander did lure me far south
Of the home of the badger, the rook and brown trout
To the home of echidna and koala and roo

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