Treasure Island

laila khan

6. the dog

dogs have a good sense of knowing
if things are rightly going
they cant do anything to change the odds
but in their memory they store
the ugly acts done infront of them
loosing manhood infront of a dog
the soul of dog must have run away
hidden itself behind the bin
to smell the bin rather than an ugly act
to view in the hellish room
over and over again it came
opened the door to warn
not to play with someone else
when my master you are married to my mam
still the wicked master enjoyed, putting the doggy at ill
what an ugly master to be, doing sin
infront of the dog who has lots of sense
knowing what is right from wrong
but that ugly master of the dog
didnt bother about his act so far

Submitted: Monday, December 29, 2008
Edited: Monday, December 29, 2008

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  • P W (12/29/2008 1:52:00 AM)

    Yes laila so much better than self-pity. You have seen my dog. (Report) Reply

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