Francis Duggan


The Professor - Poem by Francis Duggan

The uni professor highly educated, intelligent and well read
He has far more hair on his face than his head
A fuzzy brown beard and bald on the crown
One of the intelligentsia of his side of the town
He must be in his late forties since his only offspring a son of a former affair has turned twenty three
With his blond pretty younger lover him hand in hand walking i often see
Far too engrossed in conversation to even notice me
Some women only can love highbrows is how it seems to be
But love has it's many tastes as has been known
And as it has often been said it is each to their own
Everyone in their own groups in the social and cultural divide
And this is quite prevalent in villages, towns and cities Worldwide
One of the town's intelligentsia highly educated and well read
And he has far more face on his hair than his head.

Topic(s) of this poem: people

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 3, 2017



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