Francis Duggan


Suppose They Cannot Help It - Poem by Francis Duggan

Suppose they cannot help it if they are born this way
If of others they never have kind things to say
The judgemental and negative have never been few
On saying that I'm not saying anything that is new
No doubt they do suffer of low self esteem
One reason for their negativity 'twould seem
It does seem natural for them in their ways to be small
They could never believe on a fair go for all
To pass judgement on others to them comes naturally
Our human flaws many that's how it seems to be
They live in every city and village and town
The people who in their words find pleasure on putting others down
But suppose it takes all kinds to make up humanity as some like to say
And negativity is alive and well in the Human World of today.

Topic(s) of this poem: people

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 23, 2016



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