Francis Duggan

In This Multicultural City - Poem by Francis Duggan

In this multicultural City where every race dwell
Every individual have their own story to tell
People of every Nation from places far and near
Of every culture you will find them here.

Yet little in common they do seem to share
They bring their old ways with them from over there
Birds of a feather flock together some are known to say
With human kind at times it does seem that way.

With birds, fish and animals and flies and bees
Our differences one might say only in degrees
We stick with our own kind and we are tribal too
And as birds, fish, insects and animals do we also do.

In this multicultural City all tribes congregate
But mostly their own cultures they celebrate
And every tribe they have their own special god
And we look on each other one might say as odd.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 25, 2008

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