Francis Duggan

You Have Your Human Frailties - Poem by Francis Duggan

Despite courses on building of self confidence it does seem to me
Of our inhibitions we never will be free
Even those into self promotion despite what they appear to be
At times must struggle with the frailties of their humanity
The one with the big ego swollen by self conceit
You can bet your money on it is not the most popular one on the Street
But having said that after all too much humility
Can lead you down the pathway to anonymity
Yet we have our human frailties that fact with us does remain
Right up until we breathe our last mental baggage we do retain
The frailties that were in us before we even learned how to crawl
And this applies to everyone and everyone means all
You may have a big ego and your own praises you may sing
But you have your human frailties that despite everything.

Topic(s) of this poem: people

Form: Sonnet

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 16, 2016

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