Juliet Languedoc

Those Dogs

Many people love dogs,
love dogs, love dogs,
for dogs can do many
positive chores.
This is the clue
not such dog.

Those dogs are the negatives
so don't be a relative be
highly selective and be effective.
Beware of those dogs,
yes those dogs,
who satisfy only their
personal chores.

Selfish in nature
evil in stature are these
mutilators, and gang
circumcisers. Watch those

Those dumb dogs, dumb dogs,
dumb dogs, original dumb dogs
with gigantic claws.
They love to rent churches with
pews to confuse and gang
of which are proud
to be used.

Watch those dogs they cut into pieces
like sand on the beaches.
Watch those dogs they will destroy
what you enjoy. Watch those dogs they
love to compare and automatically

Watch those dogs, yes those dogs
they take pride as they sit in their
pit and fail to quit.
Watch those dogs!

June 17,2014

Submitted: Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Edited: Monday, June 30, 2014

Topic of this poem: dogs

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