Francis Duggan


Usain Bolt - Poem by Francis Duggan

He races to victory like a champion thoroughbred colt
The world's fastest sprinter from Jamaica the amazing Usain Bolt
Since there is more to him than a champion athlete
The crowds flock to see him when he does compete

The champion athlete and the showman supreme
His body language an advertisement for positive self esteem
A multiple World record holder the best sprinters in the World he easily outrun
To World class competitive athletics he has brought back the fun

A champion athlete and a fun loving man
He is surely the pride of his race and his clan
He is one of the few who was born to be great
Jamaica in him has their legend to celebrate

He is at the peak of his physical prime
If not the greatest ever the greatest of his time
The World's greatest sprinter of that there's no doubt
In centuries from now he will be spoken about.

Topic(s) of this poem: people

Form: Verse


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 29, 2016



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