Faces of Rescue
If thereís one
thing Iíve learned in the last fifty years
Itís that regardless of stature we must face our fears.
Stand up for the weak and hold high your head
Summon up courage, show kindness instead.
Iíve found a way to see lifeís full of grace
And feel it in my soul when I see a Golden face.
They smile no matter how bitter or sad,
How lonesome they are or treated so bad.
When I look in their eyes I see nothing but love
Surely they were sent from a power above.
Iím not sure why we are so deserving
But this kind of Faith is well worth preserving.
So the next time you see the abuse of this trust,
Step in and be counted because stop it we must.
Don`t let them be tied, left alone on a rope.
Because the animals my friends, are mankindís last hope.
Written by and re-printed with permission from Randy