Francis Duggan


For The Son Of The Criminal Father - Poem by Francis Duggan

For the crimes of the father the son is made to pay
That is how it is it's always been this way
Many judged on the records of their parents or their postal address
The judgemental people are hard to impress,
Judgemental people are many they are not of the few
And on saying the World would be better without them is not saying anything that's new
Such people in their thinking are very small
They do not believe on a fair go for all
In this the twenty first century it does seem a bit sad
To think that the son still has to pay for the crimes of the dad
The judgemental whisperers in numbers abound
Their type as is ever not hard to be found
For the son of the criminal father life can be tough indeed
The judgemental for him make it hard to succeed.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 28, 2009



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