Toshie Nohara


Walking His Dog While Riding His Bicycle!


When the master takes his
dog for a
walk while
riding his
bicycle at great
speed along the
road, does he
ever
wonder how the dog
would feel?

Danger of the dog
being knocked by a
vehicle
Fear of it being
wounded or
killed does not
strike upon
the
master
so indifferent is
he
as long as
he
is riding his
bicycle
so
he thinks the dog is
happy
But
he is wrong

Poor thing! how his
dog envies another
luckier dog that
goes on a
normal walk and
exercising with his
kind master
so
leisurely
What fun

The dog following his
master riding his
bicycle
(no freedom to roam)
So
stressed
so
frustrated

Why must man rely
on his
bicycle to
walk his
dog-if
he is too
busy
or
lazy-why
own a pet at all

Put the master in the
dog's shoes
Then the
master will be
HUMILIATED

A pet dog
wants to be
treated with fondness.

Submitted: Sunday, February 16, 2014

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

I see pet owners walking their dogs every day.Some even take them for rides by car, but I was sad when I saw a man walking his dog while riding his bicycle! How unkind and selfish not to allow his dog to walk the normal way.So here's my story for my peom.

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