Francis Duggan


If We All Thought In The Same Way - Poem by Francis Duggan

If we all thought in the same way and on all things did agree
How boring and predictable we all would be
On the opinions of others we would not cast a doubt
As we would not have anything for to argue about
Our different ways makes us interesting is how it seem to be
At least anyway this is how it seems to me
There are not any two people that i could name
Who in their ways are exactly the same
Many people many things in common do share
This is something that most people of are aware
But on everything they do not see eye to eye
Why this should be even great thinkers ask why
That our different ways make us more interesting happens to be true
And what is great to me may not be so to you.

Topic(s) of this poem: simile

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 7, 2017



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