The Man Who Loved Women Was Buried Today

Poem By Francis Duggan

The man who loved women was buried today
Amongst the departed his remains now lay
He was only forty five cancer on him took toll
Our destiny in life is beyond our control.

He loved the four women he had in his life
His three lovely daughters and their mother his beautiful wife
Today by his grave they wept their farewell tears
The grief of loss in them will live on for years.

The man who loved women was loving and kind
And as good a man as him would be hard to find
A humble non macho man without conceit
A nice person to know and a pleasure to meet.

Of his wife and his daughters he felt a quiet pride
And 'tis so sad to think that the good man has died
His parting from life was a slow painful release
And amongst the departed he now rests in peace.

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