A Dangerous Type Of Man - Poem by Francis Duggan
For his life crosses most others he does blame
And the anger in his heart has taken to flame
Him do not befriend if you possibly can
For he is a hostile and a dangerous man.
Fundimentalist in his beliefs all of those who believe differently
To him are the enemies of human society
It is his way or no way that's how it does seem
In his thinking he is even beyond extreme.
Physically a giant to look at but in his thinking so small
He believes on a fair go for those who think like him but not on a fair go for all
And sad to think his type of person not rare
There are plenty more like him in the big World out there.
To him I'm an atheist that's all of me he does know
And on me he does not even waste a hello
He has his opinions and that suits me fine
And what he thinks of me is his business not mine.
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