An Ode to Moe

According to Webster, an Ode is a Greek Poem devoted to the praise of a person, animal or thing. An ode is usually written in an elevated style and often expresses deep feeling.


An Ode to Moe


Thou are still the king of Maple Grove even at your death.

All the neighbors miss you as much as me.

Your meticulous watch yet rang supreme.

No other canine can compare.

You are gone but not forgotten.

No other canine will ever have the intellect to inherit your throne

You stood tall.

You were in a category all alone.

Your presence brought contentment to our neighborhood

Moe, The king, may you rest in peace.

You are gone but not forgotten.






Responses are currently closed, but you can trackback from your own site.

Comments are closed.