Sylvia Chidi

Rookie - 55 Points (Germany)

This Is My Doggy Dog - Poem by Sylvia Chidi

This is my doggy dog
Her stubborn skin is thicker than fog
You may ask what breed I feed
Before I put her out on a lead
A Chihuahua and king Charles mixture
She is domestic without cosmetic
Giving love that is magnetic

This is my doggy dog
Fifi - Who has not got her own Blog
Sometimes she gives a cuddly hug
Sometimes she can be painful bug
An underestimated overrated little thug
That tries to take me for a mug
But her spirit is high
For I never seen her cry

This is my doggy dog
Where are my sunglasses?
My Chihuahua blows out a mixture of gases
She gives out poos without going to the loo
Sometimes she may look apologetic
With a face written all over with sympathetic
But her graceful loving is ever so magnetic

This is my doggy dog
My dog can be greedy
My dog can be needy
When she barks, I mumble
When she attacks, I am humble
She reminds me of sweet bees that are bumble
Their neat stings alone can make you stumble


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 28, 2012


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