Francis Duggan


You Should Never - Poem by Francis Duggan

You should never judge people for their money or the size of their home or their car
You should only judge them for the sort of people they are
The very wealthy person who is honest and generous and kind
On finding flaws as such you should not seek to find
The wealthy one who is generous and helps people of helping in need
Is without a doubt a great person indeed
It is narrow minded and not very wise
If such people for their money you choose to criticize
But sadly of their sort in the World too few
And this is not saying anything that is new
Wealthy people who help the financially down
Are surely an asset to their side of the town
For their future good karma they plant the good seed
Though humanity of their sort of more is in need.

Topic(s) of this poem: people

Form: Sonnet


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 11, 2018



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