Francis Duggan


Beth the daughter of the late artist Jack now seeking her own fame
And in the World of Literature she builds herself a name
She writes poems and stories and articles for magazine
And she's becoming well known in the Gippsland literary scene.

Beth M that clever person close to her writing prime
And for her literary breakthrough one might say close to time
A matter of months maybe or a year or at most two
Before her writings bring her wealth and fame and all of her dreams come true.

Beth Montgomery the writer is on the roadway to renown
And she's becoming known far beyond the borders of old Wonthaggi Town
Her goal is to make a living out of writing that might seem a huge task
But for one of her talent that doesn't seem too big an ask.

She writes fine poems and stories Beth the rising literary star
And as a freelance writer she is one who could go far,
A level headed person and of her it can be said
That when fame will come to her it will not go to her head.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 05, 2008

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