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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Calum

Calum will never be a World champion or will win Olympic gold
And the story of his life may never be told
But aged widowed pensioner Mrs Kirler his neighbor says his very equal one could not hope to find
She has never known of anyone as compassionate and kind
As twenty two years old Calum who helps her when of helping she is in need
She says people like him are quite rare indeed
He knows she is poor so he never asks her for pay
Calum sows the seeds of good karma every day
He is not into sports has never played with the town football club
And he does not drink alcohol or go to the local pub
Yet he is quite a selfless person of him one can say
And to help people he is one who goes out of his way
His frail aged widowed pensioner neighbor Mrs Kirler says he is great
Though he is one the masses will never celebrate.
Francis Duggan
Topic(s) of this poem: people
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