Treasure Island

Kevin Rottweiler


Dogs Downtown


dogs downtown so scary
Pit Bulls, Rottweilers & Mastiffs
somebody let them out
and they are aggressive
we must be attentive
cannot let them out
we may take control of the dogs
we must take responsibility for the dogs
if they are to follow our commands
most people make mistakes
don't know about Pit Bulls
It is not a fad
these are good dogs
but people make them go bad
they are abused, kicked, and beaten
only to return it to others
please don't kick the Pit Bulls
they are like poodles
most people are fools
taking risks
and then they bite
or they put up a fight
And then they blame the dogs
not the people
It is the people, the people
the dogs just follow the people
dogs downtown so scary
Pit Bulls and Bulldogs
looking for someone
to harrass
and they got trained by
people

Submitted: Monday, March 11, 2013

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