Pit Bulls & Mountain Men

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
a poem about a dog and the outdoors

Submitted: December 13, 2012

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Submitted: December 13, 2012



The muscular dog took great risks of freedom

Stepping away from the old farm house

The mountain men with rotten teeth

Only added to the dog's silence

Teasing him with ropes, tug-o-war games

And throwing water on him

What cruel people the dog thought

But this dog had strong paws

Like a song "Strong hands"

And one day dug out of prison

Stepping over hillbillies and beer cans

Constructed of mason jar glass

Leaving behind the mountain men

Leaving behind cruelty that

Makes Pit Bulls so fragile

But this dog made his own ticket

And met Lucy the Mountain Goat

What a gal she was to "Jello" the Pit Bull

Jello got his name for shaking

Afraid of the beatings he suffered

From the mountain men

So Jello fell in deep love with Lucy

And together play harmonicas

On top of a slippery slope

On the mountains

In each animal's minds

As they read George Orwell

And Animal Farm is their Bible

Yes people

The intelligent creatures

With Heaven's features

Protect our good dogs & cats


(Genesis 1:1) 

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