Sidi J. Mahtrow
Man's Best Friend - Poem by Sidi J. Mahtrow
Dogs seem to understand
Better, the acts of man..
And what went before
It's best to just ignore
For man's a fickle one
That forgets and forgives all along.
All it takes is for the dog
To show attention, as is due
And wag the tail and bark
To return from the edge of life's dark.
For the dog's a man's best friend,
(Forgiving the place of cats in the the household den)
As both man and dog move together
Along the path to the hereafter.
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