Francis Duggan


No Matter What


Whatever your skin pigment black, white or brown
Where-ever you come from and whatever town
From somewhere that's near or from here very far
We are only human that is all we are.

No matter what your nationality your creed or your race
You were born of a woman and you come from Someplace
And your mum must have loved you like my mum loved me
And love is a great gift would you not agree?

Yes our journey through life from a woman began
And the longest human life in time not a long span
Not everybody as we know can be a millionaire
But the gifts we were given with others we should share.

No matter what your race or your gender or creed
If you live true to yourself and others never mislead
You are a good human being one of the best
And you are one who has passed the good person test.

Submitted: Saturday, September 13, 2008

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