My Dog Ate My Homework

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My dog ate my homework
 
He doesn't know what he's done
 
He's forced me to defend myself 

With what is essentially a pun

I asked him why'd he do it 

He started licking his butt

It angered me more 

This non-explanation 

For my rut

I yelled at him fiercely 

Coupled with a mean stare

He cocked up his leg 

And peed on the chair

I asked him 

Hadn't I always given him?

Chicken soup for the soul 

He barked at me once 

Then pushed forward his bowl

I told him 

This was unacceptable behavior 

And I would put away 

Forever!

His leash with "Sparky" 

Monikered strap

He jumped up on my sofa 

Undeterred 

And settled in for 

His mid-morning nap

Published by The Appeal to Safety LLC

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