Beside every house and every hut
It barks at everything that walks by
Even at the bird up in the sky
They bark so much they can’t be ignored.
They chase and mate each other all the time
Male or female, it’s all just fine.
But at least, from the pound they’re free.
They’re always treated with the stick and the stone
People like to make sure they’re gone.
They make a racket on the street
All night, they bark and bark
Making it impossible to walk in the dark.
They give you all they’ve got.
They show you their teeth and growl.
It all feels so completely foul.
You, million dogs will stalk!
What you eat, they can smell.
It’s like ringing a dinner bell.
No milk and certainly no meat,
Dogs starve and their ribs show.
They look like monsters in a movie show.
They curl into tight little balls instead.
In the rain they soak it all up
And people say “Oh that poor little pup!”
Most people of
They live in huts, the soak in the rain,
And summers and winters just drive them insane.
They suffer from the authorities
Police beat them up whenever they please.
There’s no water for them to drink
No food to eat, to write no ink.
Human life in unfortunate
That only of dogs do I prefer to think.