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Poems About: DOG

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  • 97.
    The Damet world

    Poor dog

    Walking read more »

    otteri selvakumar
  • 98.
    Rain On Bullmastiff Backs

    large bullmastiff dogs with rain on backs
    hearty and meaty dogs like heavy logs
    black mask and tan snout like a boxer
    overprotective and guarding read more »

    Kevin Rottweiler
  • 99.
    Goya's Dog

    1
    in the
    two-story
    Quinta del Sordo read more »

    Raj Arumugam
  • 100.
    A Dog

    A woman of grace
    came to my place
    red eyes filled with fog
    lips pursed on smooth face read more »

    Liilia Talts Morrison
  • 101.
    Neighbour’s dog

    Fear of the neighbour’s dog but not the bite,
    Day and night, neighbourhood’s children’s play led by one eye,
    The other one shepherd till days end,
    Neighbour’s dog plays hard, skipping boundaries, read more »

    Niki Nicholas Nkuna
  • 102.
    Petty

    The great debate 'tween cat and dog
    Had catalytic dogmatics
    That filled a pawsome catalog
    With doggerel of furry mix. read more »

    Ima Ryma
  • 103.
    eating the dogs scraps

    yesterday i brought home scraps for the dog and ate them
    he watched me the whole time
    i had dug hotdogs out of the garbage
    brought them home read more »

    jack Quehoff
  • 104.
    FOR EAT

    One the road...
    The steet dog... read more »

    otteri selvakumar
  • 105.
    Resolve

    Three saw the bobbing ball
    In a pond across the road
    Each other see each other saw
    So starts an episode read more »

    Lonnie Choate
  • 106.
    Contemplation 3

    At night the dog
    woes the moon

    the moon sways read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 107.
    Rottweiler Stew

    i am hungry for Rottweiler stew
    the hungry dog
    stirred the broth
    hot dogs read more »

    Kevin Rottweiler
  • 108.
    Dog Day

    All dogs are born to sleep in the sun.
    When the ground a blanket, green grasses pillows
    When the spring breeze exhales
    puff of dandelion that float for homes read more »

    Christopher J. Grasso
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