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Kevin Rottweiler


Rain On Bullmastiff Backs


large bullmastiff dogs with rain on backs
hearty and meaty dogs like heavy logs
black mask and tan snout like a boxer
overprotective and guarding
gameskeeper night dog
keeps away the poachers
in between a bulldog and mastiff
American Bulldog and Mastiff
rain just coming down
pouring off shiny coats
with the face of an old man
such a heavy creature
makes quick decisions
loves chili and hot dogs
rain coming down on bullmastiff backs
a shelter in the storm
lie down in green meadows
the sun is somewhere
you are such a good boy
you are such a good boy
bullmastiff
a love attack
get my kiss from
a warm dog

Submitted: Thursday, February 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, February 22, 2013

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