Francis Duggan


Opinionated People The Human World Would Be Better Without - Poem by Francis Duggan

Opinionated people the Human World would be better without
On the worth of everyone save their own selves they do cast some doubt
In their judgements of others they can be so cruel
For undermining the confidence of their targets sarcasm is their fuel
With them 'tis their opinions that only seem to count
And what others have to say with them to nothing amount
They are not endangered they live everywhere
There are millions of them in the big World out there
About anyone they seldom have good things to say
But they cannot help how they are since that is their way
Of their opinions they believe the whole Human World is in need
You show them a rose and they'll tell you 'tis a weed
I will leave it to them their own praises to sing
Since they live in their own way and do their own thing.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 30, 2010



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