Francis Duggan


You Feel - Poem by Francis Duggan

You feel that the World is against you and nothing for you is going right
And life for you is a great battle but you are growing tired of the fight
And only the will to keep living is helping you to hang in there
Just for to survive you must struggle down in your black pit of despair
When you are down none wish to know you and your old friends from your life disappear
They will not offer financial assistance of your problems they have no wish to hear
They feel that they have their own problems and you must struggle on all on your own
'Tis when you feel you are in trouble that your friends to you become known,
Your voice within tells you to hang in there the better days may be ahead
For life though quite hard is worth living and you will be forever dead
The good times for you may be coming you are down but by no means out
Though you feel your position is hopeless and you are one clouded by doubt,
You feel that the World is against you and your good days are forever gone
But the tiny voice from within you urges you for to keep on keeping on.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, July 6, 2008



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