TAILS THEY'VE LOST
You know, it gave me quite a scare,
When I saw these lying on that chair.
There they were, to my surprise,
Two dogless heads, with twinkling eyes.
I’d never seen the like before.
I wondered, should I breed some more.
They wouldn’t take up too much room,
And hardly any time to groom.
To feed them wouldn’t cost a sight,
For they'd be full with just one bite.
How people would stare, if just for a lark,
I took them out for a bark in the park.
There's one big problem, as you can see,
There's no way to tell a HE from a SHE.
They’ve settled down as dog and bitch,
But I still don’t know, which one is which.
In any case they are going steady,
One of them's Dogless, the other is