Donna Nimmo


A Monster Gets A Dog Poem by Donna Nimmo


A man with no heart has a dog, this is so cruel and unfair
He tortured many and killed them, don't people even care
I was shocked when I heard this on the morning news
He went to prison for a few months, they say he paid his dues

He was so heartless, when he tortured so many and killed
When he was caught and punished, dog lovers were thrilled
What he did still haunts me, they each suffered so much
There is no justice for these dogs, he has no heart or gentle touch

Note: If one can abuse an animal, They should be locked up, and
never be free. Animal abuse should be a felony and this might lower
this travesty.
If one can abuse an animal, they have no heart and should never be
trusted to have an animal again. Get enraged and stand up for these
these poor defenseless animals!

Submitted: Saturday, October 13, 2012
Edited: Saturday, October 13, 2012

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