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To Stay Freely.
In the thick evening fog
the man walks with his dog
The two friends roam leash-less
A bond of no, oppress, aggress, distress
They wandered, trailing close but still apart
Yet, never so exceedingly to miss the beat of the other’s heart
He breezed on by my petty stroll
looked to me and sang, “Hello”
The black dog saw a squirrel, darted towards the bend
I panicked for a moment, “He gonna lose that friend!”
Panicky, panicky, pondering, what is loyalty?
Faithful is a friend that never will leave me
Their love inspired how beautiful devotion can be
To stay, without being chained, freely.
Leading ahead or following quietly behind
I am His and He is mine, without stress of mind.
The dog waited and wagged with the squirrel
engaging about his friendly man and the feeling girl.
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