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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, Your megalomanic fantasy Is just that, doomed to fail, Thus leaving you unsatisfied fruitless as me catching my tail.

Copyright © Albert Ahearn | Year Posted 2016

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