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The Death of the Fur Child

The Death of the Fur Child

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Published by Elton Camp
A "biting" commentary on foolish dog worshipers. No dogs were harmed in the writing of this poem.
A "biting" commentary on foolish dog worshipers. No dogs were harmed in the writing of this poem.

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Published by: Elton Camp on Sep 07, 2013
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The Death of the Fur Child

By Elton Camp When Fred went to bed last night, The ever-barking dog was a sight It’d been doing that more and more So that nighttime Fred did abhor It was yip-yap, yip-yap incessantly Coming dawn, Fred hated to see The dog made it hard to fall asleep Into his fitful dreams, it did creep Perhaps the neighbors couldn’t hear Or loved the sound of their “little dear” It started the day they moved in Very much to poor Fred’s chagrin Finally, Fred had got his fill He decided the mutt to chill With his rifle, he took careful aim Boom! Not another bark came The neighbor screamed so wild “Somebody killed our fur child!” Fred lay down with a contented sigh To enjoy some sleep, he would try

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