Treasure Island

oskar hansen


A dog for sale


A dog for Sale,
A man who lived in a castle came over a scruffy
dog that belonged to Gypsies who lived under
canvas. The man took pity on the dog and paid
ten euros for it. The dog was groomed got its own
bed to sleep in and was petted; alas, the dog was
not impressed as it had been sold before.
When Gypsies left, they are always on the move,
the dog followed them, leaving behind the castle,
the bed and a puzzled man.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 28, 2013
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