Sunday, December 24, 2017

Just In Time For Caroling!

My younger sister has re-written the lyrics to "Rudolph the Rednosed Reindeer"  Hers wittily praises her son's dog, a Doberman Pinscher named "Titan"

She didn't title her masterpiece, other than as a "Christmas poem," so I respectfully suggest the following -
Ode to Titan at Christmas
Honoring our animal friends, Rudolph and Titan

(sung to the tune of "Rudolph the Rednosed Reindeer")

Titan, the vocal Dober,
Had a bark you couldn't miss,
And when he saw a squirrel...
It would make us want to hiss.

 All of our other doggies,
Used to bark and then let go;
But only rascal Titan,
Stubbornly did not think so.

Then one dark December eve,
As we went to bed,
Suddenly he arose on point...
How'd he see a squirrel at night?

But no he simply heard it,
Bells and hooves upon the roof.
Ahhh...he was giving warning
Love and Santa come tonight!


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