A Christmas Eve Prayer for All the Unloved Dogs in the World

 |  Dec 19th 2007  |   13 Contributions


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A Christmas Eve prayer for all the unloved Dogs in the World
by Scamp Ramsay

On this night of all nights Lord, please can you remember
The Dogs who never have the love, that I do in December


On this night of all nights Lord, keep all dogs nice and warm
But please Lord most importantly, keep them safe from harm

On this night of all nights Lord, let them find some meat
For they are cold and starving as they lie upon the street

On this night of all nights Lord, please take the lives of those
Who are suffering and in dreadful pain, from their tail right to their nose

On this night of all nights Lord, please dont make it snow
It may be nice for lucky Dogs, with homes and fires that glow

On this night of all nights Lord, let them feel no pain
For all the love we send them, will only be in vain

On this night of all nights Lord, please take away their fear
And let them not be kicked or beaten, and shed another tear

On this night of all nights Lord, a gift they do not need
Could they just have a family, to love and give them feed

On this night of all nights Lord, dont give them a big fat goose
Please just get them rescued, from their chain thats like a noose

On this night of all nights Lord, Santa knows theyve not been bad
So why do they get tortured, by their evil drunken Dad

On this night of all nights Lord, why would someone hurt a Dog
Or tie them up outside the house in ice, wind, snow and fog

On this night of all nights Lord, as they sit there cold and wet
Just tell them it is possible, this is as bad as life will get

On this night of all nights Lord, Im as lucky as can be
I only wish those other Dogs, could spend this night with me.

Amen

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