Francis Duggan


Francis Duggan Poems

441. A Mild October Day 11/15/2016
442. A Mild Winter Day 8/6/2008
443. A Millstreet Christmas 4/11/2016
444. A Misguided President Of War 7/6/2008
445. A Misunderstanding 1/8/2008
446. A Modern Poetic Legend 7/27/2008
447. A Moment Of Weakness 1/26/2008
448. A Monarch Of The Sky 4/2/2016
449. A Monogamous Man 5/20/2016
450. A Monster Fire 6/8/2008
451. A Moonless Night 5/22/2008
452. A Morning In Late June 3/15/2008
453. A Morning In October 5/3/2008
454. A Morning Of Sunshine 3/27/2008
455. A Most Famous I Am Poem 6/17/2008
456. A Mother Does Not 4/7/2008
457. A Mother Remembers 2/7/2008
458. A Mother's Loss -new- 9/19/2017
459. A Motley Lot 2/11/2016
460. A Moyne Shire Winter's Day 1/1/2017
461. A Much Better World 7/20/2008
462. A Multicultural Millstreet 5/19/2008
463. A Multicultural Millstreet I Thought I'D Never See The Day 7/9/2008
464. A Multicultural Place 2/11/2016
465. A Multicultural Spot 2/29/2008
466. A Multicultural Town 1/21/2008
467. A Name That Is Feared 1/13/2017
468. A Natural Beauty 8/25/2017
469. A Natural Occurrence 8/2/2016
470. A Natural Thing 5/25/2016
471. A Near Perfect Day 5/13/2008
472. A New And A Better World 2/20/2008
473. A New Love Will Come To Her 3/24/2008
474. A New Year Song 1/1/2008
475. A Nice Autumn Day 6/27/2008
476. A Nice Day 11/10/2016
477. A Nice Day By The Hopkins 8/9/2008
478. A Nice Day In Early December 12/8/2008
479. A Nice Day In July 7/7/2008
480. A Nice Day In October 8/13/2016
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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The Loves Of Rosita

About her ex husband Rosita don't have any good things to say
The day that they parted forever for her was her happiest day
His first name she told me but I've forgotten it's something
that sounded like 'rig'
She's sorry now she ever met him and she still refers to him
as 'pig'

She bore him three sons now in their prime on looking back the years seemed to fly
The youngest in his mid to late twenties not that long ago

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