Francis Duggan

Port Fairy The World's Most Livable Small Town - Poem by Francis Duggan

Port Fairy voted as the World's most livable Small Town
But this only one of it's many claims to renown
For it's huge annual music festival it has become known Worldwide
A beautiful place in the Moyne coastal countryside
As a gem in the crown of Victoria's south west
Every visitor to there is always impressed
With the friendliness of it's people where natural beauty abound
Where in Griffith Island the short tailed shear-waters have their breeding ground
Near where the waters of the Moyne river crawls silently deep and slow
As at the end of it's long journey into the great Pacific it does flow
Port Fairy a seaside Town of the Moyne Shire of many a smiling face
The World's most livable small Town is quite a beautiful place
As a tourist attraction and holiday destination it has become widely known
A coastal gem of the Moyne Shire with a charm of it's own.

Topic(s) of this poem: town

Form: Sonnet

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 31, 2016

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