Francis Duggan


A Natural Occurrence - Poem by Francis Duggan

Most people have known moments of inner strife
It does seem a natural occurrence in life
Seems almost impossible to be happy every day
To know moments of anxiety is the human way
They are a rare breed those known as the carefree
Though some worry far more than others is how it appears to be
Those who in search of a reasonable form of happiness at finding it does succeed
Can feel justifiably proud of their achievements indeed
So few every day with happiness laugh and sing
For to feel quite sad at times does seem a natural thing
And though you may not be having a happy day
Laughter can be the best form of medicine as some like to say
And that most people have known moments of inner strife
Does seem a natural occurrence in life.

Topic(s) of this poem: life

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 2, 2016



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