Francis Duggan

Francis Duggan Poems

401. A Song To Nature 8/7/2008
402. A Splendid Start To Summer 2/9/2008
403. A Spring Night In Duhallow 2/9/2008
404. A Spring Night Near Cullen 1/11/2008
405. A Statistic Of The Gun 1/29/2008
406. A Story As Told By Dan 2/15/2008
407. A Story By Denise 3/6/2008
408. A Story To Tell 7/15/2008
409. A Storyteller, A Lover And A Traveller 7/26/2008
410. A Strange Cocktail 5/23/2008
411. A Strange Place Phillip Island To Meet Woman From Kiskeam 2/9/2008
412. A Strange Question Indeed 5/14/2008
413. A Stranger 7/10/2008
414. A Stranger By Clara Today 3/9/2009
415. A Stranger In Duhallow 5/15/2008
416. A Stranger In His Hometown 5/28/2008
417. A Stranger In Kilcorney 1/25/2008
418. A Stranger In Millstreet 6/2/2008
419. A Stranger In Millstreet Today 6/18/2009
420. A Stranger In Town 6/9/2008
421. A Stranger In Wonthaggi 2/27/2010
422. A Stranger To Many 6/8/2008
423. A Stroll Along Old Memory Lane 7/9/2008
424. A Successful Person 1/13/2016
425. A Summer's Day In South West Victoria 2/12/2008
426. A Summer's Day In Wonthaggi 3/29/2008
427. A Sunny And Beautiful March Evening 6/17/2008
428. A Sunny Day In Winter 8/10/2008
429. A Sunny Morning In Late Winter 8/12/2008
430. A Superior Race 7/23/2008
431. A Symbol For Peace, Freedom And Justice 1/31/2008
432. A Tale Of Eoghan Rua 1/4/2008
433. A Talentless Person 9/13/2008
434. A Teenager Of The Early Sixties 10/21/2009
435. A Terrible Dream 6/14/2008
436. A Terrorist Is A Terrorist 1/31/2008
437. A Thing Of Joy To Keep In Memory 1/22/2008
438. A Thing Of Natural Beauty 6/3/2008
439. A Thomas Moore Fan 3/11/2008
440. A Time To Lie 7/12/2008
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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The Ageing Fellow Bill

My mum would not be proud of me were she alive today
I would not be her idea of a success that's what Bill Allob say
I was the only child she had dad died when I was six months old
He was a good man mum did say though his life story untold
My mum would not be proud of me to see me drinking booze
'Tis my fault I am the way I am I live the way I choose
Mum raised me as good as she could for me she did her best
But what it takes to be a life's success I sadly failed the test
Mum died when I

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