Francis Duggan


No Such A Thing As An Untalented Person - Poem by Francis Duggan

No such a thing as an untalented person for each one at something or other is good
Some are good at sketching and drawing and others are good at sculpting of clay and wood
And others are good at tennis or cricket or golf and others are good at baseball
And some are good at carpentry or plumbing and some are good at building a stone-wall.

Some are good actors and some are good at writing and some as good horse trainers and jockeys are known
And some know how to breed and train greyhounds and like they say to one and all their own
And others good swimmers and athletes an untalented one you will not find
Some good with their hands and making things whilst some have a creative mind.

Some are good as motor mechanics and others at the programming of computers are great
And others are born inventors such useful things they do create
And some have a good way with people that too is a gift after all
And some are good at chess and at billiards and others are good at football.

Some are good as electricians and others are good engineers
And some are good at caring for others they work as social workers for years
There's no such a thing as an untalented person for each one at something is good
And why human beings are so very gifted will never be fully understood.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 28, 2008



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