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|09-07-2005, 08:33 PM||#1|
Lily Loves Maximus
Join Date: Apr 2005
Result Of A Mill?
I was looking for this poem and thought I would share with everyone again. It could possibly be a mill dogs point of view.
No more lonely cold nights or hearing that I'm bad
No more growling belly from the meals I never had.
No more scorching sunshine with a water bowl that's dry.
No more complaining neighbors about the noise when I cry.
No more hearing "shut up", "get down" or "get out of here"!
No more feeling disliked, only peace is in the air.
Euthanasia is a blessing, though some still can't see
Why I was ever born if I weren't meant to be.
My last day of living was the best I ever had.
Someone held me very close, I could see she was very sad.
I kissed the lady's face, and she hugged me as she cried.
I wagged my tail to thank her, then I closed my eyes and died.
Lily and Dawn
|09-08-2005, 02:07 AM||#3|
YT 1000 Club Member
Join Date: Apr 2005
thank you for sharing this. Poems like this always break my heart knowing that many animals must be put down because the stupidness of mass breeders who only see $$$ in breeding.