Lynn Rowe

Rookie (October 31,1959 / Omaha, NE)

In Praise Of Fauna - Poem by Lynn Rowe

I enjoy the nuance of creatures
How horses resolve not to lie
The soul of the equine is blatant
when you look in the depth of its eye

My feline though heartless is tactful
Unfeeling she still is polite
That's more I can say for my neighbor
Who's obnoxious and up for a fight

The more that I learn about humans
The more that I admire my dog
Someone might find me quite bitter
So this is the end of this blog.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 21, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 15, 2011


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