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Premium member Presentation Transcript POEMS: POEMS By People you may knowPowerPoint Presentation: The Power of the Dog by Rudyard Kipling (a) There is sorrow enough in the natural way (a) From men and women to fill our day; (b) And when we are certain of sorrow in store, (b) Why do we always arrange for more? (c) Brothers and sisters, I bid you beware (c) Of giving your heart to a dog to tear. (d)Buy a pup and your money will buy (d)Love unflinching that cannot lie-- (e)Perfect passsion and worship fed (e)By a kick in the ribs or a pat on the head. (f)Nevertheless it is hardly fair (f)To risk your heart to a dog to tear. (g) When the fourteen years which Nature permits (g)Are closing in asthma, or tumour , or fits, (h)And the vet's unspoken prescription runs (h)To lethal chambers or loaded guns, ( i )Then you will find--it's your own affair-- ( i )But ... you've given your heart to a dog to tear. (j)When the body that lived at your single will, (j)With its whimper of welcome, is stilled (how still!) (k)When the spirit that answered your every mood (k)Is gone--wherever it goes--for good, (l)You will discover how much you care, (l)And will give your heart to a dog to tear. (m)We've sorrow enough in the natural way, (m)When it comes to burying Christian clay. (n)Our loves are not given, but only lent, (n)At compound interest of cent per cent. (o)Though it is not always the case, I believe, (o)That the longer we've kept ' em , the more do we grieve: (p)For , when debts are payable, right or wrong, (p)A short-term loan is as bad as a long-- (q)So why in--Heaven (before we are there) (q)Should we give our hearts to a dog to tear?Power of the dog: Power of the dog I like this poem because it reminds me of one of my greatest dogs I've ever had(GANDOLF)BY:KIP MOORE SOMETHING BOUT A TRUCK: BY:KIP MOORE SOMETHING BOUT A TRUCK (A)Something about a truck in a farmer's field (B)No trespass sign, and time to kill (A)Nobody's gonna get hurt, so what's the big deal (A)Something about a truck in a farmer's field ()Something about beer sitting on ice ()After a long hard day makes it taste just right ()On that dropped tailgate on a summer night ()Something about beer sitting on ice ()Something about a girl in a red sundress ()With an ice cold beer pressed against her lips ()In that farmer's field, will make a boy a mess ()Something about a girl in a red sundress ()Something about a kiss that's gonna lead to more ()On that dropped tailgate, back behind the corn ()The most natural thing, you've ever felt before ()Something about a kiss that's gonna lead to more ()Something about a truck in a field ()And a girl in a red sundress with an ice cold beer to her lips ()Begging for another kiss ()Something about you and me and the birds and the bees ()And Lord have mercy it's a beautiful thing () Ain't nothing about it luck, something about a truck ()Something about a creek around 2 am ()After a few of those beers you wanna dive on in ()You don't need no clothes, just hang em on a limb ()Something about a creek around 2 am ()Something about a truck in a field ()And a girl in a red sundress with an ice cold beer to ()her lips Begging for another kiss ()Something about you and me and the birds and the bees ()And Lord have mercy it's a beautiful thing () Ain't nothing about it luck, something about a truckSOMTHIN ABOUT A TRUCK : SOMTHIN ABOUT A TRUCK THIS IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE SONGS BY KIP MORE BECAUSE IT IS SO TRUEBy Jesse Postma: By J esse P ostma I'm the boss You do not cross The king of my domain For the day No work, all play Is found in my refrain Love to eat The prime of meat So sad 'til I get some 'Tis so sweet And such a treat Boy, they can be so dumb Hate to dress Give me caress No bother with the slime Have to dig In it real big Archaeology time When I'm beat I have a seat Take my favorite spot No compete It's so complete Out of my royal cot! Here to stay I love to lay Napping is not a farse I'm a dog Who's a couch hog So move your big fat arse !MY POEM : MY POEM MY POEM IS ALL ABOUT ME AND HOW FUNNY I CAN BE AT TIMES!!!!! BY:BOB SAGET OLD ENGLIS FOLK SONG: BY:BOB SAGET OLD ENGLIS FOLK SONG There was an old farmer, who sat on a rock Stroking his whiskers and shaking his Fist at his neighbors, who sat on their wricks Teaching their children, to player with their Kite strings and marbles in the old days of yore Along came a lady who looked like A descent young lady and walked like a duck Said she discovered, a new way to Bring up the children to sew and to knit The boys in the stables where shoveling up Contents of stables left after the hunt The car man was feeing a nice piece of Straw from the stables, cleaning the walls In came the dear maid to play with his Dog in the dairy where she did belong If you think this is dirty well your fudgin well wrongOLD FOLK SONG: OLD FOLK SONG THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST FUNNY AND MISS LEADING SONGS THAT IV’E EVER HERD BILLY CURINGTON,LIKE MY DOG: BILLY CURINGTON,LIKE MY DOG He never tells me that he's sick of this house He never says, "Why don't you get off that couch?" He don't cost me nothin ' when he wants to go out I want you to love me like my dog He never says I need a new attitude Him and my sister ain't always in a feud When I leave the seat up, he don't think that's rude I want you to love me like my dog does baby When I come home want you to just go crazy He never looks at me like he might hate me I want you to love me like my dog He never acts like he don't care for my friends He never asks me "Where 'n the hell have you been?" He don't play dead when I want to pet him I want you to love my like my dog does, honey He never says, "I wish you made more money" He always thinks that pull my finger's funny I want you to love me like my dog He don't get made at me and throw a major fit When I say his sister is a bitch I want you to love me like my dog does, baby When I come home, want you to just go crazy He never looks at me like he might hate me I want you to love me like my dog I want you to love me like my dog does, babyLIKE MY DOG : LIKE MY DOG IF EVERY ONE LIVED UP TO THIS SONG I DON’T THINK THAT THERE WOULD BE ANY RELATION SHIP PROBLEMS IN THE WORLD ANYMOREMORE POEMS: MORE POEMS MEMORIES "Not the least hard thing to bear when they go from us, these quiet friends, is that they carry away with them so many years of our lives. Yet, if they find warmth therein, who would begrudge them those years that they have so guarded? And whatever they take, be sure they have deserved." --- John Galsworthy --- HEAVEN'S DOGGY-DOOR My best friend closed his eyes last night, As his head was in my hand. The Doctors said he was in pain, And it was hard for him to stand. The thoughts that scurried through my head, As I cradled him in my arms. Were of his younger, puppy years, And OH...his many charms. Today, there was no gentle nudge With an intense "I love you gaze", Only a heart thats filled with tears Remembering our joy filled days. But an Angel just appeared to me, And he said, "You should cry no more, GOD also loves our canine friends, HE's installed a 'doggy-door"! --- Jan Cooper --- 1995TWO MORE POEMS: TWO MORE POEMS THESE TWO POEMS ARE PRETTY GOOD BECAUSE ALL ANIMALS LEAVE MEMORIES AND ALL THE DOGS NEED A DOGGY DOOR TO HEAVEN WHEN THEY PASS \;MORE ABOUT DOGS: MORE ABOUT DOGS FOUR FEET I have done mostly what men do, And pushed it out of my mind; But I can't forget, if I wanted to, Four-Feet trotting behind. Day after day, the whole day through-- Wherever my road inclined-- Four-Feet said, 'I am coming with you!' And trotted along behind. Now I must go by some other round-- Which I shall never find-- Some where that does not carry the sound Of Four-Feet trotting behind. --- Rudyard Kipling --- SEPARATE LIFETIMES We who choose to surround ourselves with lives even more temporary than our own, live within a fragile circle; easily and often breached. Unable to accept its awful gaps, we would still live no other way. We cherish memory as the only certain immortality, never fully understanding the neccesary plan.... --- Irving Townsend --- "The Once Again Prince"MORE DOGS : MORE DOGS I THINK DOGS ALSO WANT DIDFFRENT LIVE LIKE HUMANS DO THEY JUST WANNA BE SOMETHING ELSE SO THEY CAN SEE THINGS IN DIFFRENTS WAYS LIKE WE DOPowerPoint Presentation: THE DOGS WHO HAVE SHARED OUR LIVES The dogs who've shared our lives. In subtle ways they let us know their spirit still survives. Old habits still make us think we hear a barking at the door. Or step back when we drop a tasty morsel on the floor. Our feet still go around the place the food dish used to be, And, sometime, coming home at night, we miss them terribly. And although time may bring new friends and a new food dish to fill, That one place in our hearts belongs to them... and always will. ---Linda Barnes ---THE DOGS THAT HAVE SHARED OUR LIVES : THE DOGS THAT HAVE SHARED OUR LIVES IF YOU’RE A GOOD DOG OUWNER THEY WILL LOVE U AND ALLWAYS BE APART OF YOUR LIFE THAT THEY HAVE SHARED WITH YOU You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.