Poems About: DOG
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Now I know you've heard the stories
About animals who are smart
But here's a tale of a dog named Jake
Who was a genius from the start read more »Larry Belt
302.Goodbye To Mans Best Friend
My dogs name was Dotty Ive had her almost ten years
Ive just had to have her put down and its brought my family to tears
she was a great dog and yappy all the time
seeing her last night i knew she wasn't fine read more »Elusive Conclusive
they gave her a dog...
they didn't ask her...
they just gave her the dog...
she didn't want the dog... read more »delilah contrapunctal.... yes, that's how I intended to spell it.........
See the people run for shelter,
Notice embers, fire, smoke,
Children crying, Women screaming,
People coughing, hear them choke, read more »Leslie Briggs
305.Of Humans And Dogs
The more I know human beings,
The more I love my dogs.
There's no comparison I'm seeing,
Like a princess and a frog. read more »Juan Olivarez
306.Dog Day Afternoon
Dog Day Afternoon read more »Steven B Taylor
Sitting in front of the fire tonight,
Wondering what excitement happens tonight,
Watching my dogs through the night,
Knowing their looking for a fight, read more »colinb bradley
Sandy the golden retriever, a gentle and loveable soul
A long walk, a friendly pat, food in a bowl
These were his normal, natural goals read more »Alessandra Liverani
309.Going To The Dogs?
Some say your going to the dogs
I say not so to you sweet friend.
For can a dog make springs or cogs?
with out which time will find it's end. read more »Tamsin Burnett
310.We all think Alike (Free Flow)
A dog and a cat,
sat and looked at one another.
Both wondering what each
was thinking. read more »David Darbyshire
311.Coyote Visits a Fort (Native American)
Coyote and Dog watched the fort from the hill.
“I have everything I need in my new home, ”
Dog said. “Come, I will show you what to do.”
They walked past the guard at the stockade gate. read more »Chuck Toll
312.His Old Dog
His old dog now in her long rest her lot will be ours one day
In her grave by the apple tree in his backyard her bones forever lay
She passed on a few years ago with sadness he recall
The clock of life keeps ticking on and time takes care of us all. read more »Francis Duggan