The story of a abandon dog
A winter day, out they go,
The Forrest they say, he thinks its for play.
He jumps into the car, with happiness and thrill,
They stops near the Forrest, and opens the door.
He jumps out, and off they go.
He throws the stick, and there he runs,
But when he came back, the owner was gone.
He is lost and wondering aroundwith no place to go,
Loved by someone he thought he ware.
Left to die from hunger or to be shot by a hunter.
He is tired and lonely, and most of all scared,
not to be wanted he thinks,
then I must have been bad the trust has been broken,
He wonderer the nights, he follows the moon.
He finds himself a spot he thinks is safe,
Under a tree, no warm cower, but there is shade
he wants to sleep but he is to afraid.
His stomach tells him that his should eat.
Then he go and find some meet,
Laying on the ground, just there to eathis very hungry,he swallows it down,
he thinks it taste nicely,down it goes
Without knowing that it’s poisoned.
His stomach starts to rumple,
His howling out into the dark horizon.
Everything stands still
The snowflakes a falling,
They lay on his nose,
They turn in to tears dropping down from the tip
The nose is still warm, but the body is cold.
Now the pain stops
he lays his head down, right there on the bare ground
The light from the moon reflects into his eyes,
He slowly closes them, now finely he feel safe, warm and sound.
A dog sits waiting
A dog sits waiting in the cold autumn sun,
Too faithful to leave, too frightened to run.
He's been here for days now, with nothing to do,
But sit by the road, waiting for you.
He can't understand why you left him that day.
He thought you and he were stopping to play.
He's sure you'll be back, and that's why he stays.
How long will he suffer? How many more days?
His legs have grown weak, his throat's parched and dry,
He's sick now from hunger and falls, with a sigh.
He lays down his head and closes his eyes,
I wish you could see how a waiting dog dies.