evans misore

My Lovely Bruce.

When i was a kid, i hated dogs,
But since i met bruce, my perception has changed,
When men lost sympathy, you proved sympathetic,
When you saved adumped child, you surprised many,
Surely, its better abruce, than athousand careless men.

When drought hit the country,
No vegetables could be traced,
You went hunting for bushmeat,
To save us from starvation,
Surely, its better abruce than athousand carelessmen.

When we were dead asleep in the night,
Thev thieves came knocking our door,
You staged aresistence, that chased them away,
when our chicken were furious of the hawk,
To them you offered an instant security,
Surely, its better a bruce than a thousand careless men.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Poem Edited: Wednesday, November 11, 2009

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