Francis Duggan


We Are All Co-Dependent - Poem by Francis Duggan

That anyone is entirely independent why even pretend
On others in some way we always depend
The billionaire boss depends on his employees out of them his billions he has made
And out of the work that they do on him they depend to be paid
Despite what the majority do have to say
We are all co-dependent in some sort of a way
And though credit is not always given to where it is due
That to live we all depend on each other happens to be true
Though most others with what I say may not agree
We are all co dependent it does seem to me
And whether you live in an Earthly Utopia or in an Earthly Hell
No man is an island or no woman as well
And though many may disagree with what I do say
We are all co-dependent in some sort of a way.

Topic(s) of this poem: life

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 12, 2016



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