Dorothy Miller Birdwell
Man's Best Friend - Poem by Dorothy Miller Birdwell
She's got big sad eyes
and long droopy ears
And a tail that's always waggin'.
She has her share
of ticks and fleas,
Bad breath and body odor,
But always eager to please. She loves my man
with all her heart
And I know he loves her, too.
They have such good times huntin'
or just settin' on a log.
I think I'm a little jealous
Playin' second fiddle to a dog!
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