Francis Duggan


We All Have - Poem by Francis Duggan

We all have our phobias and we all have our fears
And we do have our moments of laughter and tears
Before the babe walks the babe learns how to crawl
And that from life we learn till we die does apply to us all
Of life it is said in each loss there's a win
And though I've yet to meet one untainted by sin
The good in humanity outweighs the bad
And for our gift of life we ought to feel glad
The good times we've known we do like to recall
That applies to everyone and everyone is all
And though some wish for death in their Earthly Hell
So sad sounds the tolling of the funeral bell
The longest human life in time is not a lengthy span
So hang on to it for as long as you can.

Topic(s) of this poem: people


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 17, 2016



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