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About Little Gomez by Eric Bogle
Crowded city. Crowded street, and crowded park.
Lots of people. Lots of dogs that whine and bark.
And beneath them, sniffing ’round at one and all,
Trots a horny toy Chihuahua, bald and small.
From his owner he escapes with one sharp tug,
Unleashed passion working on him like a drug.
In a frenzy, in a sort of canine fog,
Small Chihuahua runs with joy from dog to dog.
Here a poodle, there a Pom, and all the rest.
But the big ones are the ones that he loves best.
With a tiny cry of bliss he mounts each one.
Is it hormones? Does he do this just for fun?
Little Gomez, is it lust that clouds your eyes,
So you favor female dogs of larger size?
Little Gomez, is your need so hard to sate
That they must be several dozen times your weight?
Little Gomez, is it puppy love, so sweet?
Or do you just go for any bitch in heat?
So his passion lingers long throughout the day.
Many times the stout Chihuahua has his way.
German Shepherd, Doberman, and Labrador.
All the breeds that most Chihuahuas might ignore.
Then he spies a Saint Bernard, rotund and large.
Little Gomez mounts her with a dauntless charge.
But the Saint Bernard grows bored, and with a yawn,
She sits down, then wonders what she’s sitting on.
Some Chihuahua, flattened out a trifling loss.
Like a squashed tamale served with extra sauce.
Little Gomez bit the dust, beyond a doubt.
One more mincemeat pancake pet to sing about.