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Wee Dugs En At! ©

Tom Barker
Joondalup, Australia

There has always been a problem,
when winter is at its peak,
of wee dugs getting' lost,
when sometimes having a leak.

The problem is their cobblers,
that do not go round and round,
and are larger than their leg gear,
and get frozen to the ground.

Why don't we knit them a wee bag,
ti keep aw they wee stains warm?
Then the wee dug can go walkies,
wi' oot coming ti ony hairm.


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