Treasure Island

Nancy Chambers


A Dog Named Hercule


There was a dog named Hercule
He lived in a cage and was treated cruel
Although he was trained to protect
He became a police academy reject
Now he lives with people he loves
And is pampered and treated with kid gloves
He roams and plays and is well fed
He even sleeps in a big soft bed
To be a house pet he was meant
The vet says “He is magnificent”
He has big yard and friends galore
He’ll never want for anything more

Submitted: Friday, November 09, 2007
Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011

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  • Ken E Hall (1/22/2009 8:40:00 PM)

    Such a lulvi poem of man's best friend, Nancy for you to come up with this you must love dogs-- such a story that is played out so often-I have a poodle called BeauJangles who is soooo spoild and, stands in front of the fridge and barks for his dinner
    kind regards (Report) Reply

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