Doghouse

I'm in it!
The dog's been moved.
I took his place.
It's airy, noisy
cozy and it smells a bit.

It's just the thing
to find yourself in,
now and then.
Or longer.

You may NOT,
- it is possible -
be asked to come back out.

A dog defends
his territory
like his house.
Be careful therefore
and beware.

However, when you see
ME as a tenant,
you may ignore me.
It is not my home.

Lest the happy sounds of applause start ringing: I am currently Not in it.

For: L

by Herbert Nehrlich

Comments (2)

That's a very interesting angle, AJS, only a mind like yours would think of that.Well as I stated I am not in the doghouse at present (unless it's with the State Patrol and their speed vans) , but I haven't seen any dog either.
The dog must love you, they dont give up there home easily, dont overstay your welcome, it could become hard to get back inside The dog might want to take a step up in the world Regard's AJS