She Guard Dog –

Carnivorous garden worms attacked a chained-up guard dog, she’ll heal and recover, return to War
In the beginning, a Sun shone on her downy hair back, licked her spine’s black line, a velvet coat in two, then rapidly she was filthy mat for a mat
Buyer, Owner, not the Master, put her neck in an auctioned loop, linked her up for wire shots, keeping a dog on edge kept two-legged phobias in rusting cars
She was never a name, a cause – nameless recollection, motivation, and a breakdown, to loosen fear slicing worms with odd-set ridges into thin moons, a silent look down, then into House to sit with her blissful people

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