Don'T Call Me A Loser - Poem by Francis Duggan
'Tis my own fault if I'm a poor bloke the wrong choices I've made
And for my negative attitude in poverty I've paid
But don't call me a loser that term I do hate
Just say he's had his chances and now for him too late
For him to earn his first million but that's life I suppose
As I grow older and sillier my lack of self worth grows
But don't call me a loser since we are all losers in the end
To egalatarianism only the Reaper is a friend.
I had my opportunities for self betterment but I left them go by
But I like everyone else a good laugh can enjoy
Yet don't call me a loser that word is a put down
Just say he's not successful a stranger to renown.
To be seen as unsuccessful is not a cause for shame
And for my lack of money others I cannot blame
But don't call me a loser at least not to my face
Though for that word I do suppose there is a time and a place.
I had my opportunities of which I did not avail
And the test to be successful I hopelessly did fail
But don't call me a loser that's all I ask of you
Just say I'm not successful since I have feelings too.
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