Francis Duggan

To Maf - Poem by Francis Duggan

Thank you for your letter Maf our dear friend
Though good times for you seem at an end
Sad to read life not going well for you of late
It must be true all things have a use by date.

How can Karen and Peta do this to you
When to them you have been so true
They have demoted you to the backyard
Life at times can be so very hard.

You've lost out on their affections to Thomas the cat
Nowadays you they do not even pat
But Maf Dear girl no need for you to fret
Their oversight they will come to regret.

For when he fails to catch a mouse or rat
They will grow tired of Thomas the cat
And they will come to realize
That to demote you for him not at all wise.

So you have best hang in there Maf
And your sad bark will fade to a dog laugh
For keeping their house burglar free Karen and Peta have you to thank
Light and love to you from your mates Janice and Frank.

Topic(s) of this poem: animals

Form: Light Verse

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 16, 2016

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