A Humble Dog
Do you ever wonder what your dog really thinks of you?
It got me wondering. so I wrote a poem about what my dog probably thinks of me!
I hope you like it.
A Humble Dog
I’m not a dog of many words, I think you must agree
Unless I spot next doors cat, sitting in a tree
Or someone knocks on my door, then I feel I have to say
“What do you think you’re doing? Please just go away!”
I’m a very humble dog you know I really don’t like a fuss
But when I want a little snack, to the treat tin you must rush
I don’t want to wait five minutes, or until its time for bed
I need it now, I’m starving, its hours since I was fed!
And when I’m having a little nap, curled up on your chair
Don’t expect me to move, find a seat elsewhere!
I’m really undemanding, a dog of little need
So when I want my ears stroked, you should do the deed
Three walks a day is really not excessive in my eyes
Anyway, it’s good for you, you need the exercise!
Don’t ask me to go along the lane, and round the football pitch
We must walk to the farm where there’s a fine young bitch!
I tried to impress her, in my stylish tartan coat
but she didn’t even notice me, I could have been a goat!
I think I’ll play it cool and not visit for a while
But my dear, I have to say, it’s you who cramps my style!
And if I have a call of nature in the middle of the night
Get up, my dear and let me out, we shouldn’t have to fight
I don’t expect you to stand there, shivering at the door
It’s not my fault, it’s every day at twenty-five to four!
And while I’m there, I have to check if everything’s ok
There may be a leaf that’s strayed, or a fox come out to play
And when I finally come back in and we stumble back to bed
I like to have a little change and get in yours instead!
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