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The Dog Boat

Yes, it was an awful storm–
150 days of rain,
As the animals felt the pain.
Frozen pellets pounded the ship,
And each creature felt like Jonah.
Now a Basset Hound made the trumpet sound,
Each animal developed Heaven's features,
Dressed in golden robes and the smell of incense–
A floating tabernacle of love,
A story, handwritten, into the Word of God.
The dogs stared through algae-lined port holes,
Most of them seeking meat or any morsel they could find;
Some had kennel cough and respiratory conditions,
But the Labradors fed them menthol cough drops,
God promised the animals, they would all see dry land.
Some stayed busy playing checkers or Monopoly,
The chickens stayed on the lower deck.
The elephants had their own place,
Like a circus from Barnum & Bailey–
But this was God's show now.
Some of the animals became sea sick,
But again, a chocolate Labrador offered a menthol drop–
Including a drowsy tablet, made of catnip powder.
Now, all the animals got enthusiastic,
Wondering where the ship would land,
There was so much excitement aboard the floating vessel!
Yes, it was an awful storm–
150 days of rain,
As the animals felt the pain.
The Pit Bulls and Bulldogs,
They stood on the night watch,
Knowing that God was in complete control.

Pit Bull Soup

The largest and most muscular dogs were summoned;
It was feeding time aboard the Ark.
Rufus the Rottweiler got the group together...
Bullmastiffs, Pit Bulls, English Mastiffs, American Bulldogs...
Canines with heaviness, able to pull their weight in gold.
This was no ordinary feeding,
Even elephants with large eyes, questioned the dogs.
Could they feed this many creatures?
But help was on the way!
Pit Bulls, with large square jaws, ready to work,
To feed the masses aboard the ship.
With ropes in their teeth, like a game of Tug-o-War,
They pulled gigantic pails of a beefy broth.
Grunting and heaving, pulling and out of breath,
Hissing in the cool and moldy night air.
This was no ordinary feeding,
Even alligators with hungry eyes, began to fidget in their seats.
Could a dinner of this magnitude be carried out?
And help was on the scene!
Canines with muscles, able to pull their weight in gold.
Now it was tough on the dogs,
Stepping through dung, old rags and algae piles.
But with paws to glorify a future King,
Even the dogs knew the name of Jesus!
Grouped together at night, the dogs memorized Scripture,
Often they would pretend they were Pastors,
Thus delivering a fire and brimstone sermon.
Yes, it was carried out–
The beefy broth and bread chunks were delivered,
To hungry mouths, snouts, and open jaws,
Of God's wonderful creatures.
The Pit Bulls made a name for themselves tonight.

Time Machine

Inside the Ark
Like a time machine
The animals were so quiet
Playing cards and marbles
Nobody ever complained
One of the Bulldogs
Cried out for meat
As a donkey took the order
Three bologna sandwiches
And a cheeseburger
Jo Jo the American Bulldog
He got a cheeseburger
Some of the dogs
Split up the sandwiches
Now satisfied
With tails propelling
Even the mice became friendly
They began singing
Old Christian hymns
Just like the old days
And a Basset Hound
Made the trumpet sound
Waiting for an eternal sound
But the sea was getting deep
And the animals
Just could not sleep
Now they prayed together
To the Heavenly Father
And the green green
Grass of home was restored
In spiritual minds
The time machine
Happens in God's time

Hobo Rain

After the storm, I met a hobo in the rain
Pretended not to see his pain
But man could he play harmonica
Proudly bounced along the wall
Music notes made him tall
Said he dreams of Broadway
And when the rain stopped
My heart almost dropped
He used to be a doctor
And the rain got the best of him
The pain made him thin
Music just kept him going
When a man is shattered
Nothing really matters
Said he knew of a prophet
Off the cement he rose
Resurrected from addiction, profanity and homelessness
No more gambling, no more drinking
Said he found another chance
Man could this cat dance

(Isaiah 40:31)
(John 6:44)

The Pit Bull Dog Kiss

Yes, the Pit Bull dog-kiss
It is Heaven's bliss
Pink tongue of ecstasy
Unconditional love
In a broken city
Ten-thousand dog tongues
On my lips
I should have been a farmer
Or veterinarian
A friend of Noah
Now the Basset Hound
Made the trumpet sound
Dogs that love to sing
And they sing about meat
They sing about hot dogs
Wag their tails for sauerkraut
Kissing their way through life
Holding onto
Goofy grins
Beards on chins
Paw prints everywhere
Noses in pickles & brine
A cheeseburger
Can make their day

Ask for Help

Below deck,
Some of the animals kept fish,
Some had terrariums.
Most kept quiet, as the boat floated.
During the flooding,
Everyone got scared.
Even the potted dandelions cried out!
"I WILL lift up my eyes to the hills–
From whence comes my help?
My help comes from the LORD,
Who made heaven and earth."
(Psalm 121:1-2)

Above deck,
Some of the animals were scared:
An icy rain pounded the freezing boat,
And everyone was afraid,
Even the lions trembled.
"In my distress I cried to the LORD,
And He heard me."
(Psalm 120:1)


Salivating; big meaty dogs
Big heavy, heavy logs
Dogs with a leash pull
Some are Pit Bulls
Salivating; big meaty dogs
Dogs with muscular rear-ends
And they have love to lend
Big heavy, heavy dogs
Salivating; big meaty dogs
Some want encouragement
Others want nourishment
And a rabies certificate
Salivating; big meaty dogs
Bulldogs with goofy grins
Others seem to drip
Salivating lips that won't quit
Salivating; big meaty dogs
They tease you with their snapper
Trying to unleash the hamburger wrapper
Down the hatch it goes
With glorious and hilarious laughter
Salivating; big meaty dogs
Big heavy, heavy logs
Dogs with a leash pull
Some are Pit Bulls

Moses on the Deck

In a dream and vision...
With a flash of lightening–
Moses appeared before Noah,
The animals were frightened.
Moses was a prominent OT figure!
A courageous man he was,
Helping the Israelites in Egypt.
He appeared to Noah in a vision,
Now to save the Ark and all aboard,
The boat became another Mount Sinai.
Just as he wrote the Pentateuch,
He guided five groups of animals to safety.
Fighting the flood on the deck,
He raised the rod in courageous submission,
And the waves parted away.
The animals were all dry.

Prepare the Way

Riding out the mountainous waves
As dogs peered through algae-lined port holes
Some yawn while others sleep
A contrast between loud and silence
The big muscular dogs
With tough-looking faces and big jaws
Enjoying a boat ride they won't forget
Piles of wheat, barley, and other grains
Attempt to satisfy hunger pangs
150 days of water
Poured over the earth
Getting ready for a re-birth
Donkeys, goats and mice
Lions, tigers and piles of rice
Reptiles, mollusks and fish
Never questioned God's authority
A mystery beyond all understanding
From watery grave to sweet dry land
Like a zoo baptism afloat
And they continue to ride the boat
Headed towards new sunshine

Powder Blue Elephants

The elephants on board,
Were painting with their trunks,
The interior portion of the Ark.
Never missing a spot of the interior boat.
They rubbed innocently against the paint,
Carried with them, blue shadows...
On wrinkled skin.
Then Rufus the Rottweiler declared,
"We have powder blue elephants."
Now all the dogs and cats got amused,
Laughing together, with sunny weather.
Powder Puff the elephant, how magnificent,
A life aboard so significant.
Eating peanut butter sandwiches,
With wrinkled trunks.
Then God entered the picture,
Powder Puff began to tremble.
It looks like he got the Holy Spirit,
And the elephant fell down on the ground,
Trembling and shaking profusely.
Powder Puff confessed his sins to God,
Then he tried to stand, but fell again.
He trumpeted a song to the heavens.
The animal talked to God,
And right then he knew his carcass
Was not of his own making...
But by supernatural phenomenon.
He thanked God from his heart.

(Genesis 1:20-25) (Psalm 69:34) (Psalm 19:1)

American Bulldog Jo Jo

Jo Jo was a special creature
Jo Jo with Holy features
Gold and white on his back
Meant for kissing and a love attack
Always is faithful
Helps the elephants
Guards the deck at night
Breaks up any fights
Always is helpful
During the day, he plays cards
Keeps the bears occupied
At night, he helps with dinner
Sometimes he talks with sinners
He pulls his weight on the ship
Moving cargo, and mopping floors
Painting the wood and raising the flag
Is a gentleman at opening doors
Jo Jo is a special creature
Jo Jo with Heaven's features

Bookcase Cats

At the end of the ship
Below deck
Are several bookcase cats
Well-behaved, intellectuals
Educated and well-trained
Siamese, some of them
They think it is funny
To spin a world globe
With their tails
Wearing spectacles
And often smoking pipes
Catnip rubbing against
Professor elbow patches
One talked about a scholarship
A poetry reading contest
Another discussed ivory towers
But only got stuck in raindrops
And meteorite showers
Now Tiger
Resting upon the shelf
Takes a break
Resting upon
A King James Version

Port Side Flood

When the sirens went off,
The Pit Bulls were already entrapped.
Wearing life jackets and flotation devices,
Paddling below, with a newborn dog paddle.
Paws, and chins above the cold water,
Fighting a Grand Canyon of waves and ice.
Exploding through a main hatch,
Came broken structural beams and fire doors,
It was a port side flood indoors!
Contained though, to only one level–
Young animals rode on elephant backs,
Mules acted as living carts, as the oxen also assisted;
The vulnerable rested on weak hooves.
The muscular dogs took control,
Running hoses and water pails like firemen;
Pumping with all their strength, like a reverse hurricane.
Now the elephants began to siphon the water,
With proud and heavy trunks,
Shadows of a watery grave, to overcome.
And every soul fought for loss or gain,
Fighting and fighting in the damp rain.
Pit Bulls and Bulldogs in action,
Grunting and pushing the pails to the windows.
Like old-fashioned firemen,
In a port side flood,
A natural disaster.

Pizza Party

Rufus the Rottweiler took the orders
As the animals salivated in anticipation
Dogs, sitting on their rear-ends
Eager to please, to offer their paws
In friendship
The magnificent fumes of pepperoni
And molten cheese awakened every
Stomach cell lining
And it filled the room
With fresh garlic
It was pizza party night
What a sight
Even the elephants giggled
Their hearts pickled
With leftover peanut butter
And a forgotten dance
Now a lizard did a soft-shoe prance
A Cocker Spaniel also danced
In front of a broken mirror
With a Syrian Brown Bear
Drunk on pizza pie
The animals could never die
Life was just too exciting
As their molars did the biting
Taking in the carbohydrates
Cheeks packed like chipmunks

Before the Flood

There was a time
When man failed
And then the boat set sail
People shuffled through the street
Tent cities and unemployment at 99%
Cold rain upon dirty shoes
Some had no socks
The ragged ladies cried out
"Go home Devil, go home"
Mushrooms were a staple food
Cut from stalks in alleys
Earthworms also supplied
The needed protein to survive
Automobiles from the early days
Stacked to the ceiling
In car graveyards
Nobody had gasoline
Whooping cough and quarantine
The resources had all dried up
The politicians and magicians
Could not save anyone
At the breadlines people found hope
Those with brains played dumb
Survival took place in the shadows
A chunk of bread was good for the soul
The Bread of Life where are you?
Stray packs of dogs mingled everywhere
Bulldogs took a smell of
Rotten tennis shoes
Obtaining of meat so difficult
So difficult
Ammonia fumes from the sidewalks
Like every crack
Could break your mother's back
Surrounded by greedy merchants
And the harlots out for cash

Mud Puddle

An old King James Version of the Bible
Rested in a mud puddle
Nobody found it
But a preacher screams from the pages
Even the cockroaches begin to scatter
Trying to eat the paper pages
Peering innocently at the Book of Genesis
An earthworm or slug rubbed against a dull object
The Song of Solomon touched his soul
Be he is no serpent
Just doing his job
Like God does
Tiny creatures near the mud puddle
A grasshopper giggled
As it read about Adam and Eve
Then his heart skipped a beat
And the preacher screamed from the Bible
From everlasting pages
Even the bees flew faster
Dreaming of water flowing
Near Noah's Ark


A Cocker Spaniel was playing in the snow
Aboard the boat's deck
And squirrels with hot breath–
So exquisite and fastidious
Tiny paws paddling
In a river of powdery snow
Two Pit Bull dogs played Tug-o-War
With frozen ropes
Now some deer took a glance
Wondering how much snow would come
Will it cover up the fallen apples?
But other squirrels look for nuts
There is nowhere to go
Maybe we could all take
A train ride somewhere
And get out of these rainy shadows
A mountain of nuts for the squirrels
But nature pounded the boat
All the animals took cover
Under burlap covers
Hoping for the storm to vanish
And in a vision
A Bulldog saw a Lutheran church
With a white steeple
Like out of a story book
Stained glass windows
Propelled through time

The Tornado

Upon a green and eerie sky
The tornado shows no mercy
A rotten egg smell is everywhere
That twisting serpent is getting near
Pain comes in like railroad tracks
The crunching of metal and tin
A dog in a vacuum like Rin Tin Tin
Taken up into the sky
Off the roof of the boat
Cats stare through mysterious port holes
Dust and animal blood all over
Hail wind and ice
Like the Devil threw the dice
The third story roof just carved out
Like a chef with a spatula
The Devil found his domain
Right here in the rain
In the basement
A spiritual grandma
Prayed in tongues
From the Pentecostal church
Clutching her fly-swatter
But her flashlight has no batteries
The tornado was not cheerful
It made an awful mess
And the dogs must clean it up
But with the flu season
Vomiting and throwing up
Just hardship on the Ark

Lady Bug Innocence

Innocent lady bugs
Tiny walking creatures
God is watching
Heaven's features
Upon the glass
Sipping a water droplet
Almost got absorbed
Its shell like an antique
But a tiny life form
Just watching the hour glass
Time is running out
Days are long under sunshine
Nights are long under the moon
Its little shell like a painting
God is watching
Innocent lady bug
Propelled by angels
Nobody could do this
But God Himself
An empty shell upon the shelf

Adrenalin Rain

The rain is piercing
And every flower is tormented
Wishing to pull away
From the adrenaline rain
It is cold and damp aboard the ship
Leaving the smell of Mother Nature upon your back
The sticky water goes through
Every layer of your clothing
Through animal fur
Two atoms of Hydrogen
And one atom of Oxygen
Never a friendly molecule
The Adrenalin rain
It attracts to those in weakness
As if Mother Nature is depressed
Pouring her contents over the earth
And every flower is withered
Displaying no color
Until the sunshine comes in
Like a black and white television set
With adrenalin rain on your back

Manure on Dandelions

Although it is Saturday
The German Shepherds
Wanted to go to church
As St. Francis of Assisi
Planned on blessing some animals
On the Ark
Nobody said life is easy
And the dogs are queasy
Begging to attend church
But a Basset Hound
Made the trumpet sound
And an old-fashioned
Bible study took its course
Animal minds stray
Their bodies sway
Goofy on their own
Hormones and chemicals
Seeking a master to help them
Or a veterinarian
The food is salty on the boat
Inside the barn
Work is required
Nobody goes home early
There is manure on the dandelions
Carried on animal hooves
Heavy oxen with muscles
Apologize for the
Pasteur pies
A living farm on the boat
Nobody said it was easy here
Grabbing at muddy feet
Dandelions are sweet

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