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Within the world, nothing, is so fine,
As the unrequited love of the “Family Canine.”
They, unhesitating, worship without question.
They acknowledge a master, as being divine.
Many pressures abate and soon fade away
When being met at the door by a “wag of the tail”
Or a “I’m-so-glad-to-see-you-wiggle,”
After traveling, along, a tedious long trail.
All they want, in return, is; your love,
Doggie rations, back scratch, a walk in the rain,
And not to be criticized when they confront,
Any strange being that invades their domain.
So when your Rover
Places their head on your lap, jubilate
Their wants are few, their giving so great.
They just want to be your Doggie-Soul-Mate.
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Poetry.com 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Shawn Daniels More than 1 year ago
yes he is
Dorothy Michel More than 1 year ago
Realized the value of a "real" friend.......a dog!!
Ofuonyebi 'Dinobi More than 1 year ago
well done, great job...
Alan Green 'Guppyman' More than 1 year ago
the poet tells of their love of their dog
Gary Ferris More than 1 year ago
got a couple of those hounds myself. nice work
Vasudha Pulukuri More than 1 year ago
good work
Frank Faber More than 1 year ago
I like the dog poem, very nice
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