lee fones


Spot - Poem by lee fones

was cocking me leg
up the lamp post
getting rid of a keg
someone stole collar i host

don't ask me my name
I've forgot it
think i'm great Dane
for now i sit

oh here comes a kid
they get on me wick
i'll quickly rid
pretending to be sick

don't ask me my name
I've forgot it
think i'm great Dane
for now i quit

hello boy voice said
he was tall, bald head
what you doing here Fred
should be home in basket bed

don't ask me my name
I've forgot it
think i'm great Dane
for now i grit

well it was after all kind
better than wandering streets
paws crossed no kids i'd find
plus i'm starving i need eats

don't ask me my name
I've forgot it
think i'm great Dane
for now i quit

I've never seen so many other
standing barking and yapping,
wheres my father and mother
cant tolerate this trapping

don't ask me my name
I've forgot it
think i'm great Dane
for now i frightfully sit

have you seen Spot our dog
he's a great Dane, escaped
mother im here i slob and slog
my homecoming was well tapped

remembering my name is spot
yes i'm a great Dane
my family is lovingly hot
for other dogs it's a shame


Poet's Notes about The Poem

I had a dream about my old pet dog, and saw a program on about neglected dogs, this poem struck me straight away. Hope you like it

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 20, 2014


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