Francis Duggan


Good Day - Poem by Francis Duggan

You say hello to him he bids you good day
But that's all he ever seems to have to say
Good Day is the nickname that he is known by
For to engage in a conversation he seems a bit shy
In his early twenties he is not well known
And everywhere one does see him he is on his own
As a talker he will never know of local renown
And he will never become the windbag of the town
Not interested in sports he does not play football
Save for work and watching t v little else seems to interest him at all
He never bad mouths anybody or anybody's praises does sing
He lives on his own and he does his own thing
To him all are equal and he treats all as the same
He only says Good Day and that is his nickname.

Topic(s) of this poem: people

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 22, 2016



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