Pepper, The Hit Dog - Poem by Debora Soramaki
With a wiggle and a smile
Pepper comes to greet you
It was part of her style
For the people whom she knew.
But she had a lethal weapon
That attacked you on the spot.
Her tail was there to whack you
Whether you wanted it or not.
She whacks because she loves you
For the hugs and doggie treats,
Just watch out for her tail
Cuz it hurts you while she eats.
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