The Fight - Poem by Randy McClave
Two dogs were fighting for the very same bone
Growling and snapping, each dog wanted it for their own,
Neither dog wanted to share, for each other they had no care,
They just wanted the victory, and then to be left all alone.
In the end, the winner had won the dinner..
The man and his ex-wife fought each other over a house
They cursed and argued and they fought like a cat and mouse,
But, why did they fight, was one more deserving from their plight
Or from hatred did they want the loser to be their ex-spouse.
The one who was tougher, they did not suffer..
Randy L. McClave
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