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Author: Runes
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Class/Type: Prose /Misc
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Cambodian definition: sang(to pay back) soek(the enemy)


Your dog bit me tonight, caught my arm
at the door as I was touching him, tore my sleeve
and left deep scratches, shaking me as though
tearing off meat with his teeth... I suppose it's my fault
for forgetting to feed him.

I brought him in anyway, took another nip
in the shoulder while I bathed him, then fried bacon
while he chewed up my wooden spoons. Like you,
the dog isn't happy until it's ruining something
that I need or I use.

After the bacon, I gave him a chew bone;
he stupidly hid it under my glass corner table,
knocking it over while scratching up the carpet and breaking
my portable stereo. Sometimes I hate that damn dog
as much as I hate you.

Submitted on 2010-12-13 01:03:46     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  This one makes me miss my pit bull Smash. He got old and died. But up to his last days he would cause a ruckus
He tried to eat a porcupine twice. Had to pull quills out of his mouth with a set of pliers. he tore up my truck seat.
ate one of the tires off my lawnmower while it was running. Just picked it up and shook it. Man that was a good dog. He was the reason my first wife left me. I will always be beholden to that dog. Well you sure are a good writer. And it looks like you got a dog just like smash in your life.
| Posted on 2010-12-16 00:00:00 | by DaleP | [ Reply to This ]
  <3 <3 <3 This is one of those times when I'm glad I unofficially stalk you.
| Posted on 2010-12-15 00:00:00 | by ANGELO | [ Reply to This ]
  There's a deeper story implied here, isn't there? That's the magic in this one, wondering if this person, much like myself, is mentally bound as a caregiver regardless of often somewhat aggravating circumstances. The irony is that some real love is shown by the actions regardless of what is being said. Humanity is a strange animal.
| Posted on 2010-12-13 00:00:00 | by Blue Monk | [ Reply to This ]

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