They Tell Me This Duggan

They tell me this Duggan must be soft in the head
Than writing rhymes he would seem more normal instead
If he were like us chasing the money god
Some people in their ways are so very odd
Though he never will be one of literary note
He must really fancy himself as a poet
Since he adds to his numbers of rhymes every day
Just for the love of it and never for pay
A strange enough fellow in his own strange way
With rhyming words he is one who loves to play
With his lack of money one must pity his wife
She may have done better for herself in life
Than being with a rhymer instead of a poet
And who will never be one of literary note.

by Francis Duggan

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