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Owain Glyn


My Every Need


I see the love shine in your eyes
It's only then, I realize,
You make the dark clouds all recede,
You fill my each, and every need.

Everything I am, is you,
I hope you know, I love you too.
My life is yours, I have no choice,
But to respond to your sweet voice.

You guide me to my soft warm bed,
Lay me down, and stroke my head.
So I may dream the sweetest things,
Like squeaky toys, and rubber rings.

And when we go off to the park,
For me to run, and have a lark.
I know your love is strong indeed,
When you can trust me off the lead! !

Woof, Woof, I spy a Cat! I'm off! !
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Owain Glyn

Submitted: Saturday, May 25, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 06, 2013

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How we are all manipulated by our pets!

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