November 5, 2018

We amble.  Him, shuffling on furry paw,

And with ancestral motive, sniffs the air,

For mammoths, sabre-tooths, chips left on the floor,

Me, sometimes I hardly need to be there.

Apart from watching out for bus and speeding car,

To check for green men, not much for me to do,


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