Francis Duggan

To Laurie Levy Poem by Francis Duggan

Duck shooters in L Levy see no good
But Laurie Levy been misunderstood
And without the likes of Laurie as a friend
So many ducks would have a cruel end.

L Levy is the man duck shooters hate
But I think he is absolutely great
He stand between the duck and shooter's gun
And do his outmost best to spoil their fun.

L Levy's actions speak louder than words
From shooters guns he try to save wild birds
And tears of sorrow well up in his eyes
When he see shot duck falling from the skies.

The duck shooters their so called sport enjoy
They love to watch the duck fall from the sky
They shoot the harmless wild duck as they fly
And laugh aloud and watch their victims die.

And if Laurie and his friends at home would stay
The duck shooters would have things their own way
And without the Laurie Levys on their side
Five times as many wild ducks would have died.

He is the man that the wild duck shooters hate
But I think he is absolutely great
He stand between the duck and shooter's gun
And rob these so called sportsmen of their fun.

Submitted: Saturday, January 26, 2008

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