Tuesday, August 2, 2011

"A Thousand Cherry Blossoms Fall in Defense of the Homeland"-- A saga of Samurai valor, by Buster

Comrades, I tell you, it was a close call!  A malevolent  Invader had massed his forces against the sacred Homeland, assisted by diabolical technology that could only be defeated by the spirit of Bushido and the wise customs of my Kerry Blue Ancestors!

I knew that I had to oppose this evil threat--even at the cost of my own whiskers.  Buster, the Samurai would prevail against superior forces, and my name would live forever at the Yasukuni Shrine.

I wrote my last Haiku in blood:

     Life flies as the wind

     Rushing through the open door,

     Dog biscuits crumble !
Then I bad final farewell to my fellow warriors and commenced my mission:

The above footage was captured from the Enemy, who perversely claimed that he was only attempting to water the grass.   Nefarious lies!  I showed him how a Samurai terrier NEVER surrenders!

The Evil Invader slunk off in defeat and shame.  But I had to ensure that his Weapons of Mass Destruction were neutralized, and that he could never subject my Homeland to such a threat again.

I returned to my washitsu, assumed traditional posture upon the floor, and participated in a tea ceremony with my admiring family.

Your friend,



Sue said...

Samba and Tess applaud your efforts. They use the same technique to fight the water monsters that invade the yard, choking as the water hits them full in the face and gushes down their throats. Oh, the lengths we'll go to to preserve the homeland.
Morgan, Tsar and the Porties

Persephone and Buster said...


Cassy said...

Love the first and last photo of yours.

Cassy from Electric Guitar Online Lessons

The Thuglets said...

Stay safe from monsters and invaders!

Big Nose POkes
The Thugletsx