Francis Duggan


My Worth As A Rhymer I Often Do Doubt - Poem by Francis Duggan

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My worth as a rhymer I often do doubt
But in Nature I find heaps for to write about
The soughing sound the wind makes in the trees
And the buzzings of the flying insects and bees
Familiar to many and familiar to me
The song of the magpie the call of the pee wee
The beauty of Nature inspires me to rhyme
I loved her long before I reached my life's prime
I've loved her since I was a young schoolgoing boy
And learning about her I still do enjoy
And my wonder of her only does seem to grow
Yet so little of her ways I know I do know
So much beauty in Nature to love and admire
And of singing her praises I never do tire.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 23, 2010



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