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I like the rhyming in this poem. This poem got the point across about a dog. The only thing I don't like is the question of why we should give our heart to a dog. It is the natural order in life for a dog or human. People and animals both die. I think we need to learn to say goodbye. The writing is excellent and the creativity is good.
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