Francis Duggan

Koroit's Lady Of Rhyme - Poem by Francis Duggan

Though many years now beyond her glorious prime
She will always be known as Koroit's Lady of Rhyme
So humble and gracious despite her renown
The literary toast of the old Moyne Shire Town,
So many times she has been voted as Koroit's Poet of the year
And she still recites in a voice that's melodious and clear
And despite her great age 'tis said she's eighty three
Few far younger poets of the Moyne Shire are as brilliant as she
For her talents and her humility the lady is known
And one might say of her she's in a class of her own
For one of her years she is lucid and bright
And it is such a joy for to hear her recite
Her beautiful poetry the one time has left gray
Koroit's greatest Poet and she still is today.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 21, 2008

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