Treasure Island

John Shea

(1-28-50 / Cherry Point N.C.)

Who, s My daddy

I drank milk with my little mouth
Skid on the hardwood
Hush my mouth
I thought north was south
Hush my little back paddling legs
I will act like cutie
It is my duty
To find a master
Life is the same for pet and man
I will be the best dog I can
Be my friend and I for life
Will make you happy for a short time of life
We cry and so do our lovers and pets
My life was filled with fur and puppies
Kittens too.
That is what life is about
North or south
East or west
Our puppies are all the best.

Submitted: Saturday, August 24, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Dukey was the best and I know
I know not to rest
To give them the best
Reptile mammal or beast
To live with your lover
Is really a feast.

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