Francis Duggan

Francis Duggan Poems

1. The Dancer -new- 7/26/2017
2. When You Call It Your Country -new- 7/26/2017
3. Protecting Your Seed -new- 7/26/2017
4. To Say The Least Rare -new- 7/26/2017
5. Of Beautiful Women -new- 7/26/2017
6. A Statement Of Fact -new- 7/26/2017
7. From The Book Of Life -new- 7/21/2017
8. Since I Am Not A Literary Critic -new- 7/21/2017
9. Since I Am Not -new- 7/21/2017
10. Early March In Duhallow -new- 7/21/2017
11. A Rhymer At Best Is The Best I Can Be 9/28/2016
12. Far South Of The Smoky And The Noisy Street 9/28/2016
13. Annie Kate 9/28/2016
14. The Man Who Hangs In There 9/28/2016
15. In Sports As In Life The Best Can Be Beat 9/28/2016
16. The Serious Family 6/13/2017
17. Christmas In The Moyne Shire 6/13/2017
18. The Changed Man 6/13/2017
19. Life Is Not Always Great 5/23/2017
20. A Popular Person 5/23/2017
21. Peddlers Of Fear 5/23/2017
22. Kevin Hickey 5/23/2017
23. A Beautiful November Day 5/23/2017
24. The Rabbit Shooters Of Terang 5/23/2017
25. To Be Flawed 5/24/2017
26. Life Will Go On As Usual 5/24/2017
27. Bill And Katie 5/24/2017
28. On President Trump 5/24/2017
29. Not A Very 5/24/2017
30. All Around Me 5/24/2017
31. Your Thoughts 5/25/2017
32. Old Mt Tarrengower 5/25/2017
33. The Goddess Of Rhyme 5/25/2017
34. For Everyone 5/25/2017
35. Humility Is Not The In Thing 5/25/2017
36. Ignorance Can Be Bliss 5/25/2017
37. The Past Hardly Matter 5/26/2017
38. Rosy 5/26/2017
39. The Karma We Sow In Life 5/26/2017
40. The Newly Elected President 5/26/2017
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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Daithi Dowling

Such sad news out of Millstreet In Duhallow Daithi Dowling has passed away
In St Mary's in view of Cashman's Hill his last remains now lay
He will be missed by friends and family and everyone who knew him in Millstreet
Daithi was an honorable person as nice a fellow as one could wish to meet

Predeceased by his beloved wife Maura she passed away just a few years ago
Time that does rust steel and iron eventually becomes everybody's foe
All of us humans are born as mortals for us there is a

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