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“Sunk By Dunc – A Deadly Submarine”

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 He’s not graceful in the mould of a
Football Michelangelo
Nor the subtlety of Picasso’s cubism
And perhaps Van Gogh would wince
Monet shrug and put his brushes away
More Tracy Emmin “IN YER FACE”
But by God on a football pitch
When a goal is needed in the thick of it
Big Dunc’s one route total football aerial prowess
Is a work of art in progress
Watch Sir Fergie’s face from the bench
A kaleidoscopic postmodern exhibition
Of red to blue to rage.

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Notes

“Portrait of the footballer as an old fashioned centre forward” – Duncan Ferguson, Everton’s Deadly Submarine!

Purple nose blown out by Toffee nose!

“I was born on the banks of the Mersey
Facin’ the Irish Sea
It might not seem like heaven to you
But its home sweet home to me”

WELL DONE REDMEN, KEEP THE PRESSURE ON ‘EM LADS!

Source: http://footballpoets.org/poems/sunk-by-dunc-a-deadly-submarine/