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  Walk a mile in my shoes With the holes in the toes I don’t have any goals And everybody’s smoking bowls I wish I had the courage 
Once upon a time...   There was a young couple with too many kids: Poor Isaac, Miss Sue, and sadly, young Sid. The three of them had never enough to eat. Momma didn't know what to do or who to meet.
Look at me now; tell me what you see? A small new puppy full of hope and need. I do not speak or seem to hear, though now and then I show real fear. What will I be when I am grown?
All animals feel pain Primates make different faces for different emotions Dogs remember who you are when you walk through the door Dolphins are known to communicate with each other
Everyone makes mistakes, That is inevitable.   Everyone has flaws, I know this to be true.  
I'm a pest, And I'm a thief. Though, I do not mean no harm, I disturb your peace. But can you give me my peace? Can you give back what you took from me? Only half is fine.
I have two cats One Black and One Gray One scratches and one plays
I am the one who fought for you Because it’s what you asked. I am the one who would have died for you If to me that is what you tasked.  
Why am I here? What have I done to deserve this? Shampoo in my eyes. Give me cancer for a cause. Rush smoke in my lungs. I am an animal, I want to live free. Why cant the just let me be?
Life; funny as it may be; daring as it should Could not compare to this, or so it would All problems faced to the majority as a whole
Pinches and medicine, Needles and a poke. This just has to be a painful joke. Their squirms are minimal, Their cries are silent, Allowing the ‘caretakers’ to be violent.
The words unspoken between me and you, They have the same depth as a city pool. I wait and wait as time flies bye, Thinking about a life full of memories that you left behind.
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