Francis Duggan

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One With The Wanderlust

He has never been counted out though he has often been financially down
The fellow who has lived in many a town
A young man at twenty eight in the prime of his life
Single without the responsibility of children and wife
But the brief sexual affair to him nothing new
Of women in his life he has had more than a few
The lust of the wander in his young mind strong
To any one place his type never belong
Since he left the town of his birth at eighteen
A lot of big cities and towns he has seen
One happy on the road that leads to anywhere
There is so much to see in the big World out there
Doing quite well at present though in the past often financially down
He is happy when on the road to the next town.

Topic(s) of this poem: travel

Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Form: Sonnet

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