An animal should be selected whose nature
accords with that of the ceremony. --MT&P
Do what thou waugh shall be the whole of the baugh.
"Is a God to live in a dog? No!" --AL.
"I am alone: there is no God where I am." --AL. II.23
to fetch as he will
to bark as he will
to play as he will
to sniff as he will
to drink what he will
to sleep where he will
to roll as he will on the face of the earth
to howl as he will
to whine as he will
to drool as he will
"There is death for the dogs." --AL.
"Thy death shall be the seal of the promise of our agelong love." --AL. II.66
Love is the baugh, love under waugh.
Where there is smoke . . .