Rescue spike the puppy

Martin King By Martin King, 15th Feb 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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A poem about a lost puppy being found and renamed Spike in its new home

Spikes home

Dog running wild in the clover
Catcher doing his best to strike
The pooch he dives for cover
The net came down on spike

Back to the pound they head
With Life an uncertainty
The driver he just sped
The kennel his penalty

On view for everyone to see
That young pup he just cries
Begging yearning to be free
Spike with hound dog eyes

Days passing one by one
No one wants a pooch like him
Until one early morn
A wanting child named Tim

He’s now happy and warm
Wanting for nothing at all
He’s at last at home
Loved by one and all

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Puppies, Puppy, Rescue, Rescue Animals, Rescues

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author avatar Martin King
I love to write about anything and everything, from poetry to short stories, at the moment I am housebound with severe sciatica, which gives me plenty of time to write. I also love to sketch portraits and wildlife which you will see during your time ...(more)

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author avatar Tranquilpen
16th Feb 2011 (#)

Boy what a great read.Thank you so much, would you care to link it to my blog at http://petattractionsecrets.blogspot.com/ I have just started it and would like great pet stories and lots of photos of pets as well.

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author avatar Martin King
16th Feb 2011 (#)

I would love to link to your blog can you tell me how to do it please as I have not done that before

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author avatar Jerry Walch
16th Feb 2011 (#)

Excellent. Great picture.

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author avatar Martin King
16th Feb 2011 (#)

Thanks Jerry

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author avatar Retired
22nd Feb 2011 (#)

I love stories about dogs.

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author avatar Martin King
23rd Feb 2011 (#)

Thanks for the comment

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