How The Dog Found Himself A Master - Rishona Chopra

                                           There was once this dog who wanted a master,

He simply wanted to make things faster.
He first found a wolf,
But even if he held a stick, he would say “woof”.

He went to a bear,
But he wasn’t that fair.
He came to a lion,
Who he thought was as strong as iron.

He stayed with him for quite some time,
But things weren’t okay.
The dog thought he was the strongest,
At least in the forest!

But man was stronger,
At least better.
So he stayed with a man,
And that’s how his peaceful life began!

This poem is inspired by one of our English chapters, “ How the Dog Found Himself A Master”. It is said that the relationship between dog and man is indeed a unique one. This poem displays a dog’s journey to finding its true master.


“You may have many best friends, but your dog only has one.”

Rishona Chopra
Grade VI
Gyanshree School

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  1. The dog first selected a large, powerful, and vicious wolf as his master. The dog once noticed the wolf's fear that the bear might devour them. The dog left the wolf and begged the bear, who was stronger than the wolf, to be his master since he only wanted to serve the strongest.

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