so happy that they could stay.
He saw his wife with the female Elders,
and knew she felt the same way.
It was late that night, they were packing up,
to get back to the den.
The shepherds were waking the puppies up
They’d been knocked out since 10.
Then Rasta Mama came over,
to talk to Omar Blue.
She said, “You’re as great a leader
as rumors say of you.
following my Kooley today.
You knew those coyotes would take one look,
then want to get away.
Remember the dream, I spoke about,
you all standing together with pride.
I saw it in each face today,
when your pack was at your side.”
“Thank you Rasta Mama;
It has been a pretty good day.
Nice to have you here with us,
we’re glad you found the way.
that’s just how we react.
We face our troubles together;
our enemies know that fact.”
With all the Elders now listening
Rasta Mama turned to say,
“Thank you all, we are going to love it here
at K-9 Town USA.”
“That’s exactly what happened, Ma,” Omar said as he finished his story. I knew this to be true because it’s almost the same as it’s told in a chapter in my first book, Omar Blue and K-9 Town, USA.