Dog Poem by Valerie Worth

Dog

Rating: 3.9


Under a maple tree
the dog lies down,
Lolls his limp
Tongue, yawns,
Rests his long chin
Carefully between
Front paws;
Looks up, alert;
Chops, with heavy
Jaws, at a slow fly,
Blinks, rolls
On his side,
Sighs, closes
His eyes: sleeps
All afternoon
In his loose skin.

Thursday, December 25, 2014
Topic(s) of this poem: dog
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Chinedu Dike 25 December 2014

A nice piece on man's most faithful friend. Thanks for sharing. Please read my poem MANDELA - THE IMMORTAL ICON.

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YEE the dinosour 24 March 2018

Your poem made me felt ill, YEE!

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YEE the dinosour 24 March 2018

I always say YEE after a sentence, YEE!

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mj 01 October 2021

okey

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jaxon 16 October 2018

i like it because the dog

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Byubyuigyuigyui 03 March 2022

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ava 17 November 2021

i love the dog poem

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cool 05 October 2021

cool

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13617362323454314342424353 29 September 2021

lol hi guys

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13617362323454314342424353 29 September 2021

Hi

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Valerie Worth

Pennsylvania / United States
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