Dinny, Din, Din

Dinny, Din, Din

A Poem by peter Duggan
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Song abut the chatter that fills ones heart and never lets it rest

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Dinny Din Din.

 


Look in to the devil with sweetness

Or find me some guy without sin

In cool blooded passion

So bold in your fashion

Look through the hole in your dinny din din.

 

It takes but a scratch to the surface

To peer at the shape we’re all in

Just under that layer you’ll find there a slayer

Who fills your whole head with that dinny din din.

 

It’s a fix, it’s a fix we’re all in

Those fashions and such going by

You know we’re told all those whys

As we hear frightened cries

As we’re caught in the noise of our dinny din din.

 

We’re caught in life’s dreams sweet and sour

As everything’s moving within

With the force of our fright our bonds are made tight

As we’re locked in the cage of our dinny din din.


© 2017 peter Duggan



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Thank you Tony I come from a long line of Irish folk and I have always related to the Irish. My granddad was born in Tipperary on st Patrick's day.. I appreciate your kind comments, my friend....Peter

Posted 2 Months Ago


This has a trad Irish feel and a soul feel to it especially with the refrain 'dinny din din' - which is both poignant and playful Peter.

Posted 2 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Thank you very much Amanda, for your kind comments. I appreciate, my friend....Peter

Posted 2 Months Ago


It's catchy. Good work. Nicely done :)

Posted 2 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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