Your Life Story Ought Be Told - Poem by Francis Duggan
You have never been your Country's President or won Olympic gold
But you too have a story and your story ought be told
You've took the good days with the bad and you've known life's ups and downs
And you too had your marvellous dreams of glory and renown.
You were not born a king or queen to sit upon a throne
But they are no different to you they too are flesh and bone
And you know more about life than them a gray rib for each day
And your life story would make a good read so much you'd have to say.
You have never been a movie star and the crowds don't chant your name
But you too are entitled to your great moment of fame
And though you've never beat the World's best and won Olympic Gold
You too have great life story and your story ought be told.
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