Joseph T. Renaldi
A Dog And His Bone - Poem by Joseph T. Renaldi
A dog is a dog whatever its color.
A dog is a lion when at home.
A dog is wiser than a woman,
and does not bark at its master alone.
A dog will not snarl at you
if you reward it with a bone,
but a dog with a bone knows no friend,
and will always utter a repetitive groan.
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