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Duke - A Soldier's Tale
Danny pleaded with his daddy for a German shepherd puppy, But papa instead, suggested a cuddly kitten or a harmless guppy. Danny won the battle and they visited the local city pound, And the lad selected a pup named Duke to be his faithful hound! Duke was just a little feller when they rescued him from the shelter, But as time moved on he grew, creating all kinds of helter-skelter! They became the greatest of pals as they roamed about the town, And if anyone messed with Danny, Duke was quick to take 'em down! Duke was a rowdy creature and liked to chase the neighbor's cats, And dig in the neighbor's flower gardens, driving people bats! He made 'deposits' that were not appreciated on many a pristine lawn, And disturbed neighbors by barking all night long until the early dawn! Duke fought all other dogs and was renowned as the city's canine bully. A judge gave Danny an option, before the town, Duke could further sully. Duke could serve time in the slammer or join the army canine corps. He chose to enlist in the canine corps and was disciplined in the art of war! He served with honor and distinction but alas was killed in action, And was later honored as a hero in his hometown with this transaction: Though once considered a downright nuisance and the village kook, A monument was erected in Memorial Park to honor dear old Duke! Robert L. Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired (c) 2015 All Rights Reserved
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