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A Dog's Tale

Except for an occasional firm tug on my bristly neck, daily walks were enjoyable. I really don’t mind, what the heck I get to sniff the things I love: Poop, poles, an occasional bitch; A master I think the world of, freedom to stop and quell an itch all my needs in one walkabout. My master’s a different story: If barks were words I’d state flat out, stop this search for milk and honey For each attempt is doomed to fail futile as me catching my tail. Thus leaving you unsatisfied And life’s pursuit dissatisfied.

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