Dogs are faithful and friendly,
Keep vigil and act tenderly,
Nestles and nudges closely
At the sight of familiar people .
They turn fierce and violent,
Bark aloud with anger affront,
Rush and attack those in front,
When they see strangers.
Dogs are pleasing and rude ,
Depending on their breed,
But all dogs have in common right,
A tail which is not straight.
Dogs wag their tail with affection,
They raise their tail in destruction.
They lower the tail in apprehension.
Never do they straighten it.
It is hard to make the tail straight,
As hard as to make Man straight,
Most of men conceal forthright,
Few remain upright.
Dogs ,at least are faithful,
Men are none other than deceitful,
Dogs guard their masters,
Men loot their fellow beings.
The beast excels the human,
In terms of sincerity and acumen,
Clicking the grade of a showman,
Standing atop a pinnacle.