Top 100 Poems About: DOG

In this page, poems on / about “dog” are listed.
  • 1.
    To Flush, My Dog

    Loving friend, the gift of one
    Who her own true faith has run
    Through thy lower nature,
    Be my benediction said
    With my hand upon thy head,
    Gentle fellow-creature! read more »

    Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • 2.
    An Elegy On A Lap-Dog

    1 Shock's fate I mourn; poor Shock is now no more,
    2 Ye Muses mourn, ye chamber-maids deplore.
    3 Unhappy Shock! yet more unhappy fair,
    4 Doom'd to survive thy joy and only care! read more »

    John Gay
  • 3.
    The Power Of The Dog

    There is sorrow enough in the natural way
    From men and women to fill our day;
    And when we are certain of sorrow in store,
    Why do we always arrange for more? read more »

    Rudyard Kipling
  • 4.
    Clowns, Butterflies, Dog

    Last night, why was the Big Dipper upside down?
    I think the angels through God, control the universe in my town.
    Are the angels at war or just showing off being clowns?
    Hebrews read backwards so God to them in English is just a hound (Dog, God) read more »

    Arthur Knackmus
  • 5.
    My Dog, Spot

    He's not very handsome; his coat is all shaggy.
    He has soulful brown eyes, and a tail very waggy.
    There's a spot on his head, and one on his back;
    And his big, floppy ears are very curly and black. read more »

    Cecilia W. Praetorius
  • 6.
    A Dog, Three Cats, And Me

    A dog, three cats, and me,
    live peacefully by the sea,
    We arise each day, to greet the dawn,
    and of life, we seem to agree. read more »

    Jean Clifford
  • 7.
    Me, My Dog, And The Beach

    To the beach, my dog and I run,
    Play catch frisbees, just for fun.
    Umbrella's to block the sun,
    Waves crash upon the sand. read more »

    Karen Curcio
  • 8.
    Little Dog

    I know, I'll see you waiting there
    As you used to on the stair
    Wagging tail and lolling tongue
    You've been waiting very long read more »

    Terry Holzmacher
  • 9.
    My Dog Named Cat

    Spring of life, so much like the flowers in the garden, or the leaves on The mighty oak tres, all blooming, all turning green, as days go by,
    My dog and I, we used to run free together, through the fields of corn, Down the country lanes, so happy we were, me and my dog named Cat;
    When rabbits crossed our path, we chased them until our lungs were about to Burst, then we'd lie there upon the ground breathing in the fresh country Air, and nowhere on earth, was there a happier place;
    Summer, the body of life, when all is happening so fast it makes your head Spin, hot days, warm nights, when the sun and stars seem so very close, When maturity sets in on a child's dream on a puppy's playful days; read more »

    William W. Sloan
  • 10.
    Red Dog

    For our white and our excellent nights--for the nights of swift
    Fair ranging, far seeing, good hunting, sure cunning!
    For the smells of the dawning, untainted, ere dew has departed! read more »

    Rudyard Kipling
  • 11.
    My Dog

    His nose is short and scrubby;
    His ears hang rather low;
    And he always brings the stick back
    No matter how far you throw, read more »

    Marchette Chute
  • 12.
    Tom's Little Dog

    Tom told his dog called Tim to beg,
    And up at once he sat,
    His two clear amber eyes fixed fast,
    His haunches on his mat.Tom poised a lump of sugar on read more »

    Walter de la Mare
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