Francis Duggan


Francis Duggan Poems

841. An Imaginary Letter To James Stephens 1/8/2008
842. An Inspirational Woman. 1/18/2008
843. An Interesting Possibility 1/25/2008
844. An Iraqi Mother Speaks 7/7/2008
845. An Irrepressible Thing 1/13/2016
846. An October Day 7/16/2008
847. An October Day In Millstreet 2/11/2008
848. An Octogenarian Jogger 10/29/2008
849. An Old And A Brown Country 3/1/2009
850. An Old Country That I Used To Know 5/30/2008
851. An Old Dog's Dreamings 12/25/2007
852. An Old Fashioned Rhymer 5/16/2008
853. An Old Grave Without A Headstone 3/10/2008
854. An Old Land 2/24/2009
855. An Old Man Talks Of The Hopkins 3/4/2009
856. An Old Migrant 6/13/2008
857. An Old Soldier 1/14/2008
858. An Old Song From My Distant Past 3/12/2008
859. An Old Style Brick Home 1/10/2009
860. An Old Tightwad 12/8/2008
861. An Old War Vet 5/26/2008
862. An Ordinary Bloke 5/24/2008
863. An Ordinary Fellow 1/31/2008
864. An Ordinary Man 7/18/2008
865. An Ordinary Rhymer 6/7/2008
866. An Ordinary Rhymer Is All 6/26/2016
867. An Ordinary Rhymer Is All I Can Be 6/1/2016
868. An Ordinary Rhymer Is The Best I Can Be 6/27/2016
869. An Outsider By Choice 3/10/2016
870. An Over Inflated Ego 6/26/2016
871. An Unhappy Billionaire 5/15/2008
872. An Unlikely Hero 3/18/2008
873. An Unmarked Grave 6/15/2008
874. An Unpleasant Memory 2/15/2008
875. An Unsuccessful Fellow 3/10/2009
876. An Unsung Hero 6/9/2008
877. An Unsung Heroine 6/25/2016
878. And Extinction Is Forever 5/11/2008
879. And From You My Dear Country 1/22/2008
880. And He Is Now A Wiser Boy 1/17/2008
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 Timid And The Brave

I know a woman she is scared of spiders
But in deep and dangerous waters she will swim
And I know a non swimmer he's scared of water
And spiders never seem to worry him.

I know a sturdy tree felling tree climber
And he will climb to top of tallest tree
But he will cringe in fear and keep safe distance
Whenever nest of bull ants he will see.

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