Francis Duggan


Michael Jackson - Poem by Francis Duggan

Michael Jackson knew of wealth and fame
And Michael Jackson also knew of shame
One lauded in song, story and rhyme
And arguably the greatest entertainer of his time
Doubtless quite an extraordinary man
Though his was not a long life span
Biggest star of his era in the U S of A
In his fiftieth year of life he passed away
Mourned by his millions of fans Worldwide
For them it was sad news indeed to learn that their hero had died
Not found guilty though for crimes against children he was tried
Yet greatness of him could never be denied
Michael Jackson knew of wealth and fame
And he too had his brush with shame.

Topic(s) of this poem: people

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 20, 2017



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