I was born two moons ago,
How I know it? I don’t know.
Maybe mommy, sweet and kind,
Wished it straight into my mind,
Like her mommy, yes, it’s true,
And her mommy’s mommy too...
...wish I knew.
I was weak, and wet, and blind,
Mommy licked my front, my hind,
Then, surprise, before I could
Squeal, as any puppy should,
Whoosh, my brother lands on me,
Then my sisters, one, two, three...
... oh gee.
Crawling round my mommy’s tit,
All of us, with puppy grit,
Squealing, squashing tail and head,
Mommy licking, mighty glad,
Biting, toothless, brother’s paw,
“This my tit, this is the law”...
With my sisters crawling by,
Buried me, oh my, oh my,
Squirming, moaning, sniffing loud,
Mommy looking, fierce and proud,
And with muzzle soft and deft,
Pushing each, to right, to left,
And in moments, all asleep,
Each a nipple, sucking deep,
No more squabble, no more squeal,
Gone the whining, gone the thrill,
Mommy’s tired, closed her eyes,
Mommy’s happy, mommy cries?...
Sucking mommy’s tasty milk,
Cuddled ’gainst her belly’s silk,
Growing stronger by the day,
Growing bolder all the way,
Taking long exhausting trips –
Mommy’s tail to her ears tips,
Finding new exciting smells,
Hearing voices, hearing bells,
And one day – oh, mommy, help!
Who’s that ugly beady whelp?
Mommy barks and jumps with joy,
Oh, my pup, you see..., oh boy,
Eyes you opened, goshly grace,
This is just your brother’s face,
Let me lick your pretty eyes,
Gosh, they’re brown, oh mighty nice,
Now you’re almost dog complete,
All you need is just a bit...
One full moon, and then one more,
Not a single moment’s bore,
Found some giants, scared me shit,
Mommy laughs – don’t be a twit,
These, the humans call them kid,
Some are nasty, gosh forbid,
Ours are the softy kind,
Just sit down on your behind,
Smile at them, just wag your tail,
Show them who’s this cutie male,
Roll around, your belly show,
And they’ll scratch it fore you know,
And they’ll play with you and fight,
And their finger you may bite,
There’s one secret you should know –
When they smile, their teeth will show,
God of humans, so the tale,
Punished female, kid, and male...
...with no tail.
Few more suns, then one day morn,
Mommy says – my dear first born,
And you others, pups of my...
Time has come to say good bye,
Giant humans make the rule,
Soon they start what they call school,
And your mommy’s very sad,
Yet your mommy’s mighty glad,
‘Cause the human kids with you
Will find giant humans who
Will provide you food and care,
Happy homes, and love to share,
Come to mommy, rub my nose,
Take a proud and fearsome pose,
Your adventure starts today,
Listen what I have to say –
Love thy human, by his side
Always stay, but never hide...
... your dog’s pride.
Bye-bye mommy, one last bite,
One last lick, you’re out of sight,
Brother whimpers, sisters hide,
I remember! and with pride
On the basket’s rim I lean,
Paws and muzzle fierce and mean,
But I’d like so much, I too,
To be squealing after you...
You I promise, mommy dear,
Head up high, no shade of fear,
Your advice burnt deep inside
Let it be my faithful guide,
Bye-bye mommy, what’s this yawn
Stretching muzzle dusk to dawn,
Oh, I’m sleepy, kind of fear...
Miss your warmth... on no, no tear,
Promised you and I’ll fulfil...
Wonder whose is this thin, shrill...
Giant human female kid
Opens up the basket’s lid,
She and friends then sit around,
“Anybody? Puppy hound?”
I, my brother, sisters too,
Wonder what’s this boo-hoo-hoo,
Rushing giants, screaming kids,
Giant mother baby feeds,
Snapping jaws... another clan?
Dog to dog like man to man?
Suddenly I start to crawl,
Suddenly I want to bawl,
Backing into brother, sis,
Mommy, mommy, you I miss,
Mouth I open... wait... what’s that?
Is it human, is it cat?
Screaming, shrieking with delight
Do I dream? Is it a sight?...
Tearing passage, no excuse,
In her wake twelve trodden shoes,
Landing like no normal dame
(Where in hell I know this name?)
In my basket, crushing fur,
Kissing noses, all’s a blur,
Brother, sisters, kids and I
Is she real?... looks like... my...
Storm erupts in basketland,
Barking puppies bite her hand,
Smiling tails with sheer delight,
Smiling teeth (that human plight...),
And this crazy human she
Picks me up, I’m glad, I pee
In her lap. She jumps with joy,
Keeps on mumbling “boy, oh, boy...”
Other humans passing by,
Some will laugh, some asking why...
... some just sigh.
Slowly, slowly, noise and storm
Fade away, I’m snug and warm,
Hearing thumps in woman’s chest,
Feels like mommy, close to breast,
And I yawn, and then I itch,
And I love this human bitch...
...she a witch?
One thing’s sure, I know, you see -
She would like a tail like me.
Why? you ask, so she could smile.
And I knew it all the while,
‘Cause, and here I must confess,
Had a peek under her dress...
...can you guess?