Rich Dog And Poor Dog - Poem by Nassy Fesharaki
Rich dog and poor dog
At lakeshore surroundings
she wears well and sexy
is exposed as she runs
the same is, her husky
He does not pull sledge
as writes of, Jack London.
It stops at each post
to pee at
the man’s light, standard.
his action considered, setting mark.
But its kind in the pole; Alaska
freezes in the ice and storm.
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