Francis Duggan


A Man's World - Poem by Francis Duggan

It is and will always be a man's World after all
Men have so much to talk of war and football
And their wives and their lovers and women they have been with in bed
On such stuff the male egos always are fed
In their exclusive groups in the local pub
They discuss lawn bowls and the cricket club
And of how good their children at their chosen sports are
A good spot for bragging at the local bar
You do not have to walk far a bragger to meet
Call into the pub at the top of the street
With a few drinks in you hear their loud voices they are not discreet
With each other at bragging they like to compete
Of women and their sexual prowess and war and football
In the so called age of equality for women it is a man's World after all.

Topic(s) of this poem: world

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 20, 2017



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