Hey there, remember me?
I'm your brother, can't you see?
Oh, I forgot. I can't see either,
And my ears, they don't work so great neither.
We started out small and white and fuzzy and cute,
But to us, the world was mysterious, dark and mute.
It didn't matter to us and we just didn't care,
We'd rather lay on the ground and sniff the air.
Snowflake got bigger, skinny and tough,
And I think you're a diamond in the rough.
That spinning thing though, we need to talk.
I wish you'd learn in a straight line to walk.
This is me, look at me, I'm bigger than you.
And I love so much to find things to chew.
I've turned into something of a momma's boy,
Especially when that Max steals my toy.
Remember when those bad people peeped,
"Them boys no good! Put them to sleep!"
But you know the good people didn't buy it,
And then the bad people suddenly got quiet.
So now we
are grown, and brothers we'll be.
Until the end of time and through all eternity.
I have a great home, and so do you,
Even if you are splitting time between the two.
So brother, that's my poem that I wrote just for us,
I had Mr. Mike write it so there'd be little fuss.
'Cuz writing, I found can be pretty hard,
Since there is no darn computer out in the yard.