Francis Duggan


On Malcolm Turnbull - Poem by Francis Duggan

Malcolm Turnbull is a popular Australian Prime Minister most Australians would agree
But he acts as one who feels rather precious to me
His posh accent is not of the down to earth class
On the Malcolm fan club i think i will pass
An ex merchant banker and a multi millionaire
With those doing it tough nothing in common he does share
The majority of voters him and his Government does please
By being tough on the unemployed and boat refugees
Like all power hungry people opinionated in his way
On what he thinks is good for Australia he likes to have his say
So many good things of him have been written and said
No wonder his well pumped ego barely fits in his big head
I wonder what the Australians voters in him does see
He seems rather posh and up himself to me.

Topic(s) of this poem: political

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 29, 2017



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